John Eoghan Kelly

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John Eoghan Kelly (May 4, 1896 - June 18, 1954) was a mining engineer, author, and an anti-communist activist. His father was John Forrest Kelly an electrical engineer and Irish nationalist; his mother was Helen Tischer a social worker. In the late 1930s he was a lobbyist in Washington for General Franco’s Nationalist Spain and was imprisoned by the Roosevelt Administration for his activism.

John Kelly was a US Army Reserve captain and a speaker at Christian Front meetings.

Criminal case

  • Foreign Agents Registration Act—Cases: United States v. John Eoghan Kelly, 51 F. Supp. 362 (D.D.C. 1943))


  • The Cristian Soldier 12 pages
  • A Programme for American Nationalism (1940)

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