Anton Haegele

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Anton Haegele (born ca. 1896) was the founder of the American National-Socialist Party, the first National Socialist political party established upon American soil. In December 1934 Haegele and his supporters staged a "coup" in New York against Hubert Schnuch and his leadership of the Friends of New Germany. Part of the New York branch of Friends of New Germany established the American National-Socialist Party in July 1935.[1]

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