Wallace H. Allen

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Wallace Hugh Allen (born November 21, 1925 in Bartow-Auburndale, Florida; died January 12, 1995 in Alpharetta, Georgia)[1] [2] was an Atlanta, Georgia advertising executive and a founding member of the United White Party. He was indicted for the bombing of the Jewish Temple which occurred October 12, 1958 in Atlanta, Georgia but was never tried.

Newspaper accounts of his arrest refer to him as a "cripple" who liked to make swastika drawings.[3] At age 16 Allen was involved in a collision with a car and a train, badly injuring his right leg.[4]

Allen had a previous association with George Lincoln Rockwell. Like Rockwell, both were commercial artists.


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