"Critically important...students of political extremism in the United States are more than well served by Schmaltz's chronicle." - Library Journal"Vom Verlag:
George Lincoln Rockwell flew U.S. Navy fighters against the Germans and Japanese during World War II yet after the war he founded the American Nazi Party. On 25th August 1967 he was assassinated. This is the first time the details of Rockwell's bizarre, hate-filled life have been told. Author William H. Schmaltz brings us in on Nazi planning and strategy sessions, and dangerous personnel conflicts among the stormtroopers. We learn of the strange relationship between Rockwell;s Nazis and the Black Muslims of Elijah Muhammad and Malcolm X, and the rationale behind Rockwell's repeated attacks on Martin Luther King Jr. Today, more than thirty years after his assassination, Rockwell;s poisonous legacy continues to spread among America;s radical Right, including the white separatist militias, the skinheads, the Ku Klux Klan, and those who deny the Holocaust.
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