American Fellowship Forum

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American Fellowship Forum was founded in New York City, March 16, 1939. It issued the publication Today's Challenge which later became The Forum Observer. The director of the group was Dr. Friedrich Auhagen.[1] The purpose of the organization was to support isolationism in America and to oppose President Roosevelt’s militarism.[2] George Sylvester Viereck and Lawrence Dennis were members of the American Fellowship Forum.

According to an FBI report Charles Lindbergh was a subscriber to the Forum’s publications.

The group operated as NS Germany’s propaganda front organization in America. It disbanded in May of 1940.


  1. US House Committee on Un-American Activities, page 26
  2. Nazis in Newark, By Warren Grover, page 265

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