Robert H. Williams

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For the radical Black activist see Robert F. Williams

Major Robert Henry Williams Jr. (September 16, 1897 - January 24, 1993) was the author of several publications on Communism and Jews. Williams was from Santa Ana, Texas, the son of a Baptist minister.

Williams was a military intelligence officer in the US Army Air Corps during World War II. During the war he was based mostly in south Florida and later overseas in Guam in August 1945. After the war he presented himself as a expert in counter-intelligence, although others--particularly the ADL--insisted he work was in weather intelligence.[1] He was honorably discharged from the service December 21, 1950.[2]

From 1946 to 1948 he worked as a writer for radio commentator Upton Close.[3] In the 1950s he was the publisher of the newsletter Williams Intelligence Summary. During the 1952 Presidential election Williams issued a special edition of his publication documenting General Dwight Eisenhower’s Jewish backers.[4]

Williams was one of the first to question the alleged Holocaust of Jews during the Second World War. In 1952 he wrote the 'myth of the slaughter of six million Jews' was 'the most fabulous lie' ever imposed on 'the gullible West'.[5]

Robert H. Williams lived in Santa Ana, California.


  • The Untold Story of State Medicine (1948) 47 pages
  • The Anti-Defamation League and Its Use in the World Communist Offensive, published by Upton Close (1947) and The Thunderbolt, Inc., (1949) 44 pages.
  • FEPC and the Minority Machine: The Conquest of American Cities (1950) 40 pages.
  • Can the Police Protect Us? published by Williams Publications (1952) 25 pages.
  • Special Eisenhower Edition of the Williams Intelligence Summary (1952)
  • Know Your Enemy: Counter-Intelligence Information for governors, mayors, and police personnel, (1950) Liberty Bell Publications, 56 pages. [1]
  • The Ultimate World Order was published by the Christian Educationl Assn., (1957) 74 pages.
  • A Gentile Looks at the Jewish Problem (manuscript)
  • Joyful Trek: A Texan's Times and Travels By Robert H. Williams, H. Craig Miner


  1. Cross-Currents by Arnold Forster and Benjamin R. Epstein, page 38
  2. [ The Ultimate World Order, by Robert H. Williams, page 71
  3. Cross-currents, by Arnold Foster and Benjamin R. Epstein, page 39
  4. Cross-Currents by Arnold Forster and Benjamin R. Epstein, page 42
  5. White Rage: The Extreme Right and American Politics, By Martin Durham, page 14


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