Kenneth D. Alexander

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Kenneth D. Alexander was the leader of the Silver Shirts' Los Angeles chapter in southern California. The chapter was established September 1, 1936. Their offices were located at 513 Lankershim Building in Los Angeles.

In 1937 Alexander had worked at the MGM film studio in their publicity photo still department. Alexander wrote an expose of Jewish control of Hollywood and published a "Who’s Who in Hollywood" identifying Jewish actors and executives, giving their real birth names.[1]


  1. Hollywood and anti-semitism: a cultural history up to World War II, By Steven Alan Carr, page 124