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by Martin Kerr Introduction FOR GOOD OR FOR ILL, the German American Bund was the primary exponent of open National Socialism in the US prior to America’s entry into the War. After the voluntary dissolution of the Bund on December 8, 1941, there was no open advocacy of the National Socialist worldview…
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by Martin Kerr THE JAPANESE ATTACKED Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The next day the German-American Bund burnt its membership lists and other sensitive documents, and dissolved itself. Three days later, Hitler declared war on the United States. With very few exceptions, which will be discussed…
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by Martin Kerr German-American Bund AT ITS HEIGHT, the Friends of the New Germany had approximately 10,000 members. This is 10 times the number of members that Gau-USA had, and 20 times the number of its predecessor, Teutonia. However, 60 percent of FND members were German citizens, and were not eligible…
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by Martin Kerr Introduction IN ORDER TO CHART a course for American National Socialism into the future, we must know where we stand today. And to have an accurate understanding of our present position we need to know where we came from. It is the goal of this series of articles to provide an outline of the…
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Ezra Weston Loomis Pound (1885-1972) is considered the foremost English-language poet of the 20th century. Additionally, he was a political and economic thinker who was broadly sympathetic to National Socialism and Fascism, and opposed to any and all forms of Jewish hegemony. Pound spent the Second
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by Martin Kerr THERE IS an ongoing debate among National Socialists and white nationalists generally over which English language translation of Mein Kampf is the best. We believe that the Ralph Manheim translation published by Houghton Mifflin, while not perfect, is superior to all others. Despite…
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