Eugene Sanctuary

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Colonel Eugene Nelson Sanctuary (November 6, 1870 - March 10, 1957)[1] was a retired US Army Reserve officer and a defendant in the Great Sedition Trial of 1944. He was defended by an anti-communist Jewish attorney, Henry H. Klein.

Sanctuary was born in Hinesburgh, Vermont in 1870. He was a graduate from the University of Vermont.[2] Before the First World War he was a civil engineer for Montpelier, Vermont.[3] He served in Russia during the war working with the Russian Railway Service Corps. During this time he was a witness to the Bolshevik Revolution.[4]

Sanctuary headed a lobbying group called American Christian Defenders and accused President Franklin Roosevelt of conspiring to create “a Jewish state where only Jews will own property and reap profits.”[5]

He was a regular contributor to Reverend Gerald Winrod’s publication The Defender.[6] He issued his literature under the name World Alliance Against Jewish Aggressiveness and later the imprint Tocsin Publishers.

Sanctuary had written close to five hundred sacred and patriotic songs including, "Uncle Sam We Are Standing By You" and "A Klansman's Song." He was laymen in the Presbyterian Church.

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Books and pamphlets

  • The Roosevelt Saga later titled Roosevelt and the Illuminati
  • Tainted Contacts (1931)
  • Roosevelt Warming the Serpent (pamphlet, 1934)
  • Are These Things So? (book, 1934)
  • Blind Leaders, An Address (1935)
  • Litnonoff, Foreign Commissar of the U.S.S.R. (pamphlet, December 1935)
  • Communism--its Heart and Goal (pamphlet, 1936)
  • The Talmud Unmasked (book, 1939) text
  • An Answer to The "Voice For Human Rights," An Open Letter to The Hon. Alfred E. Smith and The "Committee of Catholics For Human Rights" (1940)
  • Tearing Away The Veils: The Financiers Who Control The World (1940)
  • Revolution and the Real Fifth Column (pamphlet, 1940)
  • Protestant Leadership Capitulates (circa 1940)
  • A Foundation of Sand (1943) 63 pages
  • Is the New Deal Communist? (pamphlet)
  • The Holy See and the Jews
  • War Guilt and War Mongers
  • The Man Behind the Men Behind the President co-author Harry A. Jung pamphlet (June 1936) (Felix Frankfurter and FDR)

Notes

  1. Eugene Nelson Sanctuary, ancestry.com
  2. Alumni News aricle from the Vermont Alumni Weekly, June 6, 1936 reprinted in the book Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, by Co. Winfield Jones, page 289. Sanctuary owned Tocsin Publishers which published Jones’ book.
  3. Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, by Co. Winfield Jones, page 289
  4. Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, by Co. Winfield Jones, page 289
  5. Historical dictionary of the Great Depression, 1929-1940 by James Stuart Olson, p. 9
  6. Under Cover, p. 135, by John Roy Carlson, (1943)

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