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by Martin Kerr “…It is Life alone that all things must serve.” – Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, Vol. I, Chap. 9, p. 215 (Manheim) INTRODUCTION A UNIQUE AND compelling feature of the National Socialist worldview of Adolf Hitler is that, of all the various political movements and ideologies of the modern…
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by Martin Kerr A TELEPHONE CALL came in to the national headquarters of the National Socialist White People’s Party about half-past noon on August 25, 1967. National Secretary Matt Koehl took the call. It was a person claiming to be a reporter. He wanted the party’s comment on the assassination of NSWPP…
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by Martin Kerr GERMANY AND ITS ALLIES suffered a total, crushing military defeat at the end of World War II, and its armed forces surrendered unconditionally to the Western powers and the Soviet Union. But although its armed forces capitulated, its government never did so: National Socialist Germany,
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by Martin Kerr WE HAVE DEFINED our race as “a gigantic, extended family of racial brothers and sisters, bound together by common ties of kinship, culture and history.” The perception that our race is an extension of family is a fundamental realization that conditions every aspect of the society which…
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by Martin Kerr “…[O]ur task, that of building a National Socialist state, represents the work of the coming centuries…” — Adolf Hitler, My Political Testament, April 29, 1945 ABOVE IS A photograph of an architectural model of a gigantic building designed by Adolf Hitler. It was variously…
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by Martin Kerr Introduction WHAT IS IT ABOUT Adolf Hitler that continues to fascinate the world? Why do people, especially those of European descent, find him so endlessly intriguing? It is not just his followers and sympathizers who find him captivating: even his enemies and those who are conflicted…
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Reports

November 19, 1955
To: Willis Carto Dear Mr. Carto: We are in receipt of your letter of November 15th, 1955 requesting information concerning the NRP, its leadership, aims and growth. In regard to whether the National Renaissance Party is “Nazi-Fascist” as labeled in the Velde Report, let me state that…
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by Martin Kerr “The Rockwell Years” WHEN DISCUSSING Movement history, the period 1959-1967 is commonly referred to as  “The Rockwell Years,” and rightly so. George Lincoln Rockwell first raised the Swastika banner in Arlington, Virginia, on March 8, 1959, and he was assassinated there…
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This is a slightly edited and expanded text of the remarks made by NEW ORDER Chief of Staff Martin Kerr at the Matt Koehl Memorial Meeting held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on October 14, 2017, marking the third anniversary of his death. by Martin Kerr NATIONAL SOCIALIST Comrades: We are gathered here to…
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by Martin Kerr THE JEWS LOVE to boast that they are the originators of monotheism. This claim has been challenged by students of the Jews as diverse as Savitri Devi (in The Lightning and the Sun) and Sigmund Freud (in Moses and Monotheism). What is undeniable is that Judaism began as a polytheistic religion.…
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