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Henry D. Allen
Henry D. Allen (born 1879 in Worchester, Massachusetts) was a former member of the Silver Shirts and the American White Guard in Pasadena, California. He believed the Jews of the world should be resettled on Madagascar.
He worked as a mining engineer in Mexico.
Henry Allen’s wife, Pearl, was a leader of Silver Shirt women in California.
Allen was a government witness in the Great Sedition Trial.
Primary research material
California State University Library at Northridge (Oviatt Library-JEWISH FEDERATION COUNCIL OF GREATER LOS ANGELES’ COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMITTEE COLLECTION, PART 2 
Boxes 30/14-24; 31/01-07; 42/17-23; 43/01-11; 210/40-44; 211/01-11; (Photo) 01-16; 04-14
- ↑ Testimony of Henry D. Allen, August 22, 1939, before the House of Un-American Activities Committee, page 3972
- ↑ Testimony of Henry D. Allen, August 22, 1939, before the House of Un-American Activities Committee, page 4042