William Cauldwell Rogers

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Col. William Cauldwell Rogers (born in New York, NY April 7, 1870 - December 5, 1952) of Lebanon Springs, New York was the author of Kikes-All and Plain Christianity (1946). Rogers was a retired US Army officer who, “hates all persons who have ever gone to Harvard, and all Jews.”

Rogers entered West Point Military Academy in 1888. He retired November 20, 1919 after over 30 years of military service. He is buried at the West Point Cemetery.[1]

Works

  • Grenadiers: Their Instruction, Training and Equipment (1917) 24 pages
  • Why Hitler? An Inquiry (1941)
  • Plain Christianity (1946)
  • Transcendentalism Truly Remarkable (1947) 64 pages

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