Alexander Rud Mills

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Alexander Rud Mills.

Alexander Rud Mills (1885 – 8 April 1964), pen-name Tasman Forth, was an Australian barrister, author, and a prominent Odinist.

Mills' most influential book was published in 1933 as The Odinist Religion: Overcoming Jewish Christianity. In this work he claimed that Nordic races had established the ancient civilisations of Sumeria, Egypt, Persia, Greece, and Rome, but that they had been weakened by race mixing with other races and by adopting Christianity, and along with it the view that all humans were equal.

He was interned in 1942 no charges were brought against him, for suspected pro-Axis sympathies and associations with the Australia First Movement, despite not being a member.

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