National Gentile League

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National Gentile League was headed by Donald Shea. Shea was a former member of the Ku Klux Klan and spoke at Italian Fascist meetings in Baltimore, Maryland.[1] Lois de Lafayette Washburn was the organization’s executive secretary.[2]

The group was incorporated in Maryland in 1934 under the name National Gentile Association. Directors listed were B. E. Clark, W. N. Fox, and M. L. Burnett.

See also


  1. The Plotters, by John Roy Carlson, page 36
  2. Women of the Far Right: the Mothers' Movement and World War II, by Glen Jeansonne, page 154