This is a copy of "The Towns and People of Modern Germany" by Robert Medill McBride, published in 1927. I came across it during a family vacation to Germany a while back, specifically Rothenburg. It gives a lot of details on what Germany was like, just before the rise of the Nazis and at least a decade before the war.
The main kicker was the title page. I'm half-sure the writing is a forgery, but if not, holy s***.
Some pictures of its chapters. The book has quite some descriptions about cities like Cologne, Hannover and Dresden , long before they were destroyed by Allied bombings.
The author actually mentions Jewish persecutions in Germany long before the Third Reich. One is in the Cologne chapter, with a very short remark about the city expelling its Jewish population in the 1400s. Then there's a paragraph in the Frankfurt section about the city's old ghetto, and of the persecution of its inhabitants.
If anyone wants to see other specific pages, I'll be happy to post them.
Source: reddit post