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Create and develop articles, part 9

  • Identity pastor, William S. LeGrande
  • The High Cost of Hate by Ralph Townsend 1939
  • U.S. Rulers Are Undiscoverable by Wickliffe B. Vennard Sr.
  • John G. Scott, editor of Money, a newspaper dedicated to “a Christian America"
  • Mankind United 1940s
  • World Events Forum headed by A. M. Windhorst
  • American Guards Benjamin Franklin Ballard
  • AMERICAN WHITE GUARD. The Jew Is Our Social Peril - Get Rid of Roosevelt and His Jews [broadside]. Chicago: American White Guard Press, [ca. 1935]
  • Alan V. Insole. Immortal Britain BPS
  • G. F. Green. The International Jew BPS
  • Arthur Rogers. The Palestine Mystery. bps
  • Frances E. Newton. Fifty Years in Palestine.
  • Hillary Cotter and Ride Roiste. World Government by 1955?
  • B. Jenzen. The World Food Shortage: a Communist-Zionist Plot.
  • B. Jenzen. The Palestine Plot.
  • A. K. Chesterton. The Menace of the Money Power.
  • A. K. Chesterton. Sound the Alarm.
  • A. K. Chesterton. Stand by the Empire.
  • A. K. Chesterton. Beware the Money Power.
  • John T. Flynn. The Roosevelt Myth.
  • Mgr. George E. Dillon. Grand Orient Freemasonry Unmasked.
  • Walton Hannah. Darkness Visible.
  • Walton Hannah. Christian by Degrees.
  • Jerremy Horne corresponding secretary for Liberty Lobby who discovered it was a Nazi front organization, See also Ken Lynn
  • Dr. Charles Callan Tansill
  • The Congress of Freedom was the child of an ardent libertarian, Robert LeFevre
  • In 1954 Yockey had been identified as a U.S. agent for Rudolf Aschenauer, a neo-Nazi of Frankfurt, Germany.
  • In 1963 two new fronts were established. Americans for National Security, evidently meant to be Liberty Lobby's contact-point among the military. It operated out of the Liberty lobby offices under the nominal direction of Stanley M. Andrews, fundamentalist preacher, former aide to Ohio Senator Frank Lausche, and a member of the Board of Policy.
  • John C. Watley, head of Georgia NYA
  • Leo Donald Phillips, Managing Editor of _Liberty Letter
  • W. B. Hicks Jr. and Stanley M. Andrews of Liberty Lobby. "On February 9, 1969, Hicks was killed in a boating accident, and Carto had no guard from going off the rails." [1]
  • Ralph Lord Roy in his biographical sketch of GLK Smith, “Hitler’s Ghost in American Garb,”
  • Larry Abraham of Seattle, Jewish operative of the JBS
  • Gary Allen author of None Dare call it Conspiracy
  • Legion for the Survival of Freedom, Inc., is headed by Bruce Holman, formerly an associate of Willis Carto’s in the publication of RIGHT.
  • Group Research, Inc., of Washington, D. C (ADL front?)
  • American Opinion bookstores
  • Paul Revere Associated Yeoman, AKA P.R.A.Y., and editor Hal Hunt.
  • August 26-28, 1976 - American Independent Party Convention meets in Chicago and nominates Lester Maddox for President and Bill Dyke for Vice President for their party's ticket.
  • American Fascist Union, 1950.
  • American Gentile Army, 1946.
  • American Merchants of Hate, 1940.
  • American Protestant League, 1950. See also: Springer, Harvey.
  • American Renaissance Book Club, 1948.
  • George Delos Higgens
  • National Christian Journal Oakland, Calif., United Ministerial Association, Inc.
  • Emanuel M. Josephson, New York, Chedney Press, 1957
  • California League of Christian Parents San Bernardino, Calif. (1952-1974)
  • Elmer W. Coy, Toledo, Ohio (ca. 1961-1964)
  • Clifton F. Davis Shreveport, La. 1947


  • Dave Harrison of Boston, Carto associate, Spotlight?
  • Devin Garrity publisher?
  • Van Loman Populist Party Ohio
  • Captain Edgar Bundy Republican leader Chicago 1950s
  • South Today
  • The Constitution Party nominates T. Coleman Andrews of Virginia and Thomas H. Werdel of California to be on their 1956 presidential ticket.
  • Mary Dawson Cain
  • Liberty Lobby - In July 1962, the Board of Policy included: Curtis Dall (Chairman), Tom Anderson, Judge Tom Brady, Mary Cain, Taylor Caldwell, Willis Carto, Harry Everingham, BJ Hargis, Merwin K. Hart, Verne Kaub, R. Carter Pittman, George Stratemeyer, Lawrence Timbers, Edwin L. Wiegand, Glenn Young, and others.
  • National Segregation Party
  • American Heritage Protection Committee
  • Norris Holt Carto associate
  • Joe Fields who in 1992 was running for a California State legislature seat under the

banner of the American Independent Party. Fields is a notorious far-right activist from Southern California who in 1987 "identified himself to reporters as a member of the National Socialist American Workers Party." (Los Angeles Times March 11, 1988, 30, section 1)

  • Stormer [5]
  • Lutheran pastor Alan L. Peck
  • Mrs. Agnes Waters
  • Frank Fay [6]
  • Edward Atwell and his newsletter Passing Caravan
  • Joseph Nelligen, New York State chairman of Reynold's Nationalist Party
  • Jeremiah Stokes
  • Andrew Paul contributor to Western Destiny
  • Harold Styles, grand kleagle KKK, Jamica New York, 1929, later possibly some communist affiliations
  • Willis Carto correspondence American Progress Foundation (Willis E. Stone), American Council of Christian Laymen (Verne P. Kaub), America First!, Association of Citizen's Councils of Mississippi, The National Segregation Party, National States' Rights Party (Ed Fields), America Plus, the Constitution Party in California, Nationalist Conservative Party, New Foundations, The Virginian (William Scott Stephenson), Christian Educational Association, American Heritage Protective Committee, Abraham Lincoln Republican Club, United White Party (Matt Koehl), Christian Crusade, the National Socialist White People's Party, We the People (Harry T. Everingham), the Freedom School (Robert LeFevre), American Flag Committee, Trade Policy Congress, John Birch Society (Robert Welch), Noontide Press, Western Destiny, Church of the Creator (Ben Klassen), Youth Action, Christian-Patriots Defense League, Institute for Historical Review, and the Congress of Freedom.
  • Mankind United 1930s US NS group

Create and develop articles, part 2

  • Insider Report (World Intelligence Review) was originally founded and edited by Dr. John Coleman, an ex-intelligence officer and well-known conspiracist, who was also associated with James K. Warner’s Christian Defense League. [59]
  • [60] [61]
  • Gerald Burton Winrod: Defender of the Faith [62]
  • H. T. 'Bertie' Mills was an omnipresent personage within the British pro-Nazi and antisemitic milieu,
  • Conde McGinley [63]
  • Sigmund Livingston [64]
  • Robert Lenski
  • Gerald L. K. Smith acolyte, Frederick Kister
  • Richard Harwood was the pen name of Richard Verrall who became the Deputy Chairman of the British National Front and editor of Spearhead
  • South African anti-Communist, Johan Schoeman
  • GOFF, Kenneth publisher of The Jewish Power
  • FISCHER, Eugen; WEBER, Charles E. (translated by) Racial Origin and Earliest Racial History of the Hebrews [65]
  • Curtis Clair Ewing
  • Sheldon Emry [66]
  • Darwin Elder supposed author of Accept No Substitute (The Untold Story of Adolf Hitler)
  • Joseph Dilys
  • Liet. Hilary Cotter who authored the conspiracy-laden World Dictatorship by 1955? Why Forrestal Threw Himself out of the Window (1951), which had been distributed by The Britons
  • The Jewish People and the War by Earl Browder
  • British Union publications "Keep Out Alien Jews" [67]
  • Jack Bernstein authored “The Life of an American Jew in Racist Marxist Israel.”
  • Len Martin was the operator of a right wing Christian school and the North Dakota representative of the Farmers Liberation Army (1980s)
  • American White Guard founder, Henry Allen
  • Pete Stahenberg’s National Press Association
  • Judge N. W. Rogers, whose pamphlet, Swindle: The Federal Reserve “Our Misfortune” was also printed by Concord Press the previous year.*Who Wants War? And Why? Mount Vernon, Washington: The Concord Press, [ca. 1939].
  • Singerman list
  • San Diego Silver Shirts Donald J. Niswender and C. T. Lee
  • San Diego Klan leader Richard A. Floyd circa 1933
  • Coin Harvey’s Tale of the Nations, published in 1894
  • American Liberty League
  • Jouett Shouse
  • The Swastika and The Maple Leaf (1975)
  • None is Too Many by University of Toronto historians Irving Abella and Harold Troper (1983)
  • Australia and the Jews by L.P. Fox; with a foreword by Maurice Blackburn
  • Evil Elders of Zion: A Call to Repentance by J.N. Sturk, Winnipeg, Man.: Berean Bible & Tract Depot, [1934]
  • Out of their own mouths: the Jewish will for power and the authenticity of the "Protocols" by American Nationalist Press (1938)
  • For united action in the struggle against anti-Semitism and fascism Jewish Peoples Committee (1937)
  • Americanism versus Dictatorship by Loren Thomas, Publisher: Rockaway, Oregon: Western Committee of American Patriots, [1939?]
  • The Case for Australians: What the newspapers do not tell us: a book for Britons
  • The Ruling Elite: Death, Destruction, and Domination by Deanna Spingola
  • "Why Anti-Judaism is Justified?". Three pamphlets, No. 2, "The Mystery of Jewish circumcision", Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Patriotic Publishing, [1936]
  • For Britain Editorial note signed: Guy N. Andrews, Publisher: Southend-on-Sea (Essex) : Published for the Anonymous Group by H.F. Lucas, [1939]
  • The hidden hand of Judah: key to present day's muddle by Good, O. B. (Orville Brisbane), Based on the book: "The fight of the dark powers" by the Russian author N. E. Markoff". Publisher: Erfurt, Germany : World-Service Pub. House, [1936?]
  • Political Integrity League (British, 1930s)
  • At last - the truth! : who started the World War II? ... and when? : Mr. Untermeyer answers the questions
  • The program of confusion: the world's greatest racket!
  • Racketeers of Hatred: Julius Streicher and the Jew-baiters' International by Louis W. Bondy (1946)
  • The Aryan myth: a history of racist and nationalist ideas in Europe / by Leon Poliakov; translated [from the French MS.] by Edmund Howard
  • To-day's greatest problem / by A.N. Field.
  • The paradox of hate : a study in ritual murder by Morton Irving Seiden
  • Anti-Semitism : the voice of folly and fanaticism by Amos I. Dushaw
  • Jews in a gentile world: the problem of anti-Semitism by Isacque Graeber and Steuart Henderson Britt
  • Overcoming anti-Semitism by Solomon Andhil Fineberg
  • Thus speaks the Talmud; the case of Judahism vs. Christianity with evidence from the Jewish rabbi scriptures published by Twentieth Century Crusaders (1930s)
  • Civil Rights and Race Relations Collections
  • Seth David Ryan, (born ca. 1939) Captain and National Organizer (ANP, ca. 1962)
  • antisemitic terrorist Tacuara movement in Argentina
  • "Where Black Rules White A Journey About And Across Hayti" by Hesketh Pritchard (1900)
  • "The Great Jewish Conspiracy", "The Jewish Question", "England Under The Jews", "The Choice Of The Jews", "The Jewish Peril Protocols Of The Learned Elders of Zion", "Judas Iscariot", "The 100 Families That Rule The Empire", (with fold-out chart), "Truth About The Jews", "Our Lords and Masters", and "Esther The Gentile".
  • Australian National Socialist Journal
  • Wilbur Keegan was an attorney for the German American Bund (New Jersey?)
  • Ralph ForbesLogos Press

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James Clise (WA) S

Ethel T. Crookes (NY) S, M, $26C

Charles J. Dommer (NY) S, $4C

Ernest Elmhurst (NY) = S, $4C

Conrad Grieb (NY) $16C

Charles Smith (NY) $5C

Fred Weiss (NY) $1000C

Create and develop articles, part 8

  • White nationalists: Edward R. Fields, J.B. Stoner, Cecil Cox, Marion Francis "Frank" Shirley, David Wayne Holland, Richard Barrett, Gene Hall, Jimmy Wynn, Lee Bates, Mark Lane Watts, Richard Ford, Mike Eddington, Jerry Lord, Don Willard Sanders, Robert "Bobby" Starnes, Willis, Cecil Reese, Steve Anderson, Avery Coors, Alan Varner, Gary Simms, Randall Wiley Smith, Richard Pounder, Danny/David Satterfield, Bill Roland, Tim McDonald, Vinnie, Charles Lee, James Rudeseal, James Farrands, Danny Carver, Darlene Carver, Reuben Edward Stephens Jr., Jim Blair, Loren Lowdermilk, Mary Chadwick, "Big Bill" Hendrix, Elmer Holland, James and Marilyn Spivey, Louis Ray Beam Jr., Hamilton Hogg, Danny Carver, K.A. Badynski, James Burford, Richard Butler, Jeff Shumate, Donnie Adams, Don Black, John Albert Land, James Brown, Greg Walker, Gordon Miller, Chris Webb, David McAndrews, Keith Smith, Robert Miles, Ron Doggett, Gordon Ipock, Willis Carto, William Shearer, Louis Baxter, Stanley McCollum, David Craig, Jarah Crawford, Ed Fields, Shade Miller, Carroll Crawford, Virgil Griffin, Gary Gallo, Joe Greco, Darlene Carver, Alan Werner, Dave Holland, Scott Shepard, Matt Malone, Art Jones, Kirk Lyons, Terry Boyce, Robert McCurry, Tom Metzger, Paul Hollis, William Pierce, Tony Butler, Jackie Quinn, Don Romine, Maureen Salaman, Tupper Saussy, David Bradshaw, Keith Smith, John Stanring, Randall Wiley Smith, James Spivey, Charlie Tate, Will Williams, Ronnie Vining, Ralph Mask, Amy Wharton, Jim Yarborough, John Ingram, Robert Brannen Sr., Darvin Purcell, Kelly Durden, Jack Poole, Ray Harrelson, Bobby Norton, Randall Smith, Matt Kuhnen, Gerhardt Lauck, Sam Dickson, John Tyndall, Bob Weems, Jerry Lord, Robert Campeau, John McLaughlin, Dave Mehus
  • Carlos Boinguies and Lee Harvey Oswald
  • Real Caouette, the Quebec Social Credit Party leader (ca. 1962)
  • ANP Stormtroopers Bernard Cook, Bernard Davids, Edward Kester, Robert Sharp, and Paul Unrig arrested in Philadelphia (ca. 1962)
  • Other Stormtroopers Roger Foss, (born ca. 1928) and Gene Shalander (born ca. 1939) protesting in Miami
  • Black Shirt Legion Camp Dux in New Jersey
  • National Council of Jewish Communists US group 1930s
  • Norman Jacques, Canadian nationalist (1940s?)
  • M.P. Wetaskawin, Canadian nationalist (1940s?)
  • Friends of New Germany leader Sepp Schuster
  • American National Socialist Party headed by Hale McGee
  • Christian Vikings of America Indianapolis, IN (1970s)
  • Allen, Jerry, State Secretary of the United Klans of America, Inc., Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, S.C. Realm, 1981-1982
  • Craighead III, General Robert A., member of the Florida Militia and the White Christian Intelligence Network (CIN), 1970-1971
  • D'Latte, Allen, Grand Setron of the Fraternal Order of the Ku Klux Klan, 1971
  • Gayer, Dixon, editor and publisher of The Dixon Line, 1970-1971
  • Gerhardt II, John W., Party President of the American White Nationalist Party, Columbus, Ohio, 1973
  • Kidd, W. J., Grand Dragon of the United Klans of America, Inc., Louisiana State Office, 1970-1971
  • McMullen, Bob, Imperial Kladd of the Aryan Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, 1967, 1972
  • Odovakar, A., Chieftain of the Invisible Empire, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Ontario, 1972
  • Renko, Angelo J., President of the Aryan Knights Motorcycle Club, 1972
  • Stasek, George, member of the Aryan Citizens of America, Los Angeles, California, 1971
  • Thompson, A. Roswell, Imperial Wizard of the Fraternal Order of the Ku Klux Klan, 1971
  • Veh, Russell R., Founder of the American White Nationalist Party, 1971
  • Horace King, Grand Dragon of the Christian Knights of the Ku Klux Klan of South Carolina
  • Joseph Denton "Jay" Miller's Reb-Rebel and Reb-Time record labels
  • G. L. Rockwell and the Coon Hunters, "We Don't Want No Niggers For Neighbors" /"Who Needs a Nigger," 1964
  • Walter Bradley National Renaissance Party speaker
  • Paul Joachim National Renaissance Party member
  • Speros Lagoulis of Boston, JBS and ANP supporter
  • Herbert R. Whitlock and Ross H. Currie of Industrial Defense Association
  • John Clarke-Goldthorpe of British Vigil
  • US General George S. Brown comments on the Jews (1970s)
  • "The War Lords of Washington (Secrets of Pearl Harbor): An Interview with Col. Curtis Dall" (Liberty Bell Publications, 1972) by Anthony J. Hilder.
  • leaders of Teutonia Association
  • 1936 KKK book by Emerson H. Loucks
  • Theodore Dinkelacker, Bund youth leader
  • Josef Belohlavek, Cleveland German American Bund notable
Original Ku Klux Klan of America Inc., leader Houston P. Morris (early 1965)

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