A. Cloyd Gill

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Major Alexander Cloyd Gill (1889 – April 7, 1943) was a journalist, radio commentator and author. Gill was a newspaperman in Washington DC and the former editor of the Atlanta Constitution. He was a close associate of William Randolph Hearst.

Gill was research director of the Constitutional Educational League and a leader of American Patriots.

His parents were George Gill (May 2, 1856 - December 20, 1907) and Anna T. Sanders (May 27, 1860 – May 27, 1903). Both are buried in Homer, Louisiana. In 1906 he graduated from Homer High School. [1]

Gill helped to arrange the Asheville Conference, a gathering of nationalists in August 12–16, 1936.

He was the publisher of the Councillor.


  • The Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America speaks (1940)
  • The Jew as my neighbor: An open letter to Uncle Sam’s problem child – Charles A. Lindbergh (1941) J. H. Mullen Organization, 32 pages
  • The Jew in this War (1942) John H. Mullen Book Company, 32 pages

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