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Please note: This page has a number of artifacts from the estate of George Lincoln Rockwell. They are of historical significance because of his political career and the associated notoriety of his political position as the Commander of the National Socialist White People’s Party (NSWPP) and the American Nazi Party (ANP). It is not to be construed as an endorsement nor glorification of Rockwell’s outspoken and controversial opinions, nor the premises or tenants of the ANP.

You can email us at snyderstr@aol.com with questions.

This section has a number of original period photographs, documents, and artifacts covering the period from just after the Korean War, through his run for Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1965/66, and his assassination in 1967.

This photo has a lot of intriguing details, including close-up views of the ANP armband and medallion in wear. Note the airborne wing worn by one of the others in the photo. The propaganda pamplete regards North and South Carolina. The photo was taken in 1961 and published on the death of the Grand Dragon of the NY KKK. It measures 8 by 10 inches. This is the back of the photo.

The condition is near very good, with minor wrinkles and edge wear from age. There is a crease visible as a vertical line at the right side at his left elbow.

The check shown is representative. It is dated 25 June 1958, and numbered 11, drawn on the Arlington (Virginia) Trust Company.

The one you receive may have differing amounts and other minor cosmetic differences, but of the same time period and bank.

This check has cancellation perforations in the usual places. It is in excellent condition.

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Let’s posit that you have a friend or relative who cares about politics. He has a wish list. He already owns What It Takes, Game Change, and The Victory Lab. What else does he need? Any one of these books, or all of them, depending on whether he’s fonder of history or snark, policy or campaigns.

At the start of his career, Sidney Blumenthal was a sharp, cynical observer of the trends that he feared the most. His work on the conservative “counter-establishment” was essential; so was this profile of the consultants and strategists who had professionalized politics. There’s an “oh, that’s how that happened” quality to the book now, when a political decision in November 2014 is analyzed for what it means for the next presidential election.(Availability: Used)

Michael Kinsley’s first collection of columns remains his best. The classic “Jerseygate” story, which defined the gaffe for all time as “when a politician tells the truth by accident,” is here; so is the result of The New Republic’s contest to find a more boring headline than “Worthwhile Canadian Initiative.” (My personal favorite: “Trade, a Two-Way Street.”) Even the dated pieces, like a sustained mockery of the 1984 Democratic platform, have loud echo. (Availability: Used)

It’s the best story of a tax bill’s passage ever told. Jeffrey Birnbaum and Alan Murray make the struggle for the 1986 Tax Reform bill into something deeply human. Bob Packwood is seen, for the last time, as a powerful and generous legislator. Bill Bradley demonstrates how the senators who dream of the presidency (50 percent at any given time) can make themselves useful. (Availability: Paperback, Kindle)

This is a frustrating read, if you cover politics.John M. Barry was given the kind of access to Speaker of the House Jim Wright that future speakers would never be naive enough to give. Barry in the roomfor key meetings, in the car when Wright stumped for Democratic candidates, by his side when Newt Gingrich brought him down. (Availability: Used, because the world is unfair and the publisher can’t keep this in print)

John Maginnis writes about the Louisiana gubernatorial contest between Edwin Edwards and David Duke, and I could end the sentence there. Everything went wrong in that election, the politics of charisma clashing with the slow conversion of Dixiecrats into Republicans, clashing with the lumpen politics of racial backlash. (Availability: Used)

Not a collection of political stories per se, but Haley’s interviews with Martin Luther King, Jr and the (justly forgotten) American Nazi George Lincoln Rockwell are single-lesson courses in how journalists should talk to the powerful. (Availability: Used)

Joan Didion’s political essays for the New York Review of Books span a period between the great crises, post Perestroika, pre-9/11. Contemporary critics harshed her for her reducing every major political development to a cynical choice. Yet that’s what she saw,and she captured it in prose that zooms from close-up to 20,000 feet with real ease. (Availability: It was packaged in one volume, but it’s better to grab 2006’s comprehensive Didion collection for 10 bucks more.)

Nina Easton profiled five conservatives as a way of explaining how the tail-end of the Baby Boom rebelled against liberalism. It’s hard to read this, drive on D.C.’s Constitution Avenue, and not imagine the young Grover Norquist doing the same while singing rebel songs.(Availability: Paperback, Kindle)

Robert Novak’s memoir, finished shortly before he was felled by cancer, is one of the most honest documents of life in D.C. The big news from its release was that the anonymous Democrat who called George McGovern the candidate of “acid, amnesty and abortion” was … Tom Eagleton, who became McGovern’s short-lived running mate and wrecked his campaign. The book is spilling over with facts like that, drunken lunches, threats to punch people, and delicious score-settling with plastic people. (Availability: Paperback, Kindle)

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George Lincoln Rockwell speaking at UCLA 16/5/1967.

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BBC ON THIS DAY | 25 | 1967: ‘American Hitler ‘ shot dead

1967: ‘American Hitler’ shot dead

Minutes after the shooting a “captain” in Rockwell’s Nazi party, John Patler, 29, was arrested and charged with his murder.

Police say two shots were fired from a rooftop of a beauty salon across the street from the Dominion Hills shopping centre.

Two bullets went through the windscreen of the 49-year-old’s blue and white Chevrolet and hit him in the head and the chest.

He died instantly.

‘Bolshevik leanings’

Eye-witnesses said the Nazi leader was reversing his car out of a parking space in the shopping centre when the incident happened.

As the shots hit his car he dived onto the passenger seat in an attempt to escape.

His car apparently crashed into another vehicle. A coroner pronounced him dead at the scene.

George Lincoln Rockwell, who lived just yards from the scene of his death, founded the American Nazi Party, originally known as the World Union of Free Enterprise and National Socialists, in 1959.

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On the Murder of George Lincoln Rockwell

Shortly before noon on Friday, 25 August 1967, George Lincoln Rockwell left his home, and headquarters of his National-Socialist White People’s Party, at 6150 Wilson Boulevard1 to do his laundry at the Econ-o-wash laundromat in the Dominion Hills Centre at 6013 to 6035 Wilson Boulevard. The location was described by the Associated Press as “across the busy highway from the old frame house that served as Rockwell’s home — and the barracks of his ‘troopers'” (AP, 26 August 1967).

At the laundromat a witness, 60-year-old Ruby Pierce, said that Rockwell, “a tall, charming man,” came in and talked about which washing machine to use. “He put his clothes in the washer and put his detergent in, and then he said, ‘I forgot something,’ or maybe he said, ‘I forgot my bleach.'”

When the shots were fired2 17-year-old laundry attendant Robert Hancock looked up and saw the gunman on the 15-foot roof of the beauty salon (UPI, 25 August 1967). A barber named James Cummings saw a man later identified as John Patler, a.k.a. John Christ Patsalos, an expelled former member of Rockwell’s organization, leap from the south end of the shopping center and gave chase but lost him.

Patsalos’ Character

John Patsalos had a criminal history prior to adopting the name Patler and becoming a “Nazi.” He spent time in a New York youth-detention house where Patsalos boasted that another assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, had once been held. One report says that he murdered a childhood friend.

Patsalos enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1958. In July 1960 he was given an honorable discharge on grounds of “unsuitability.” One report says that the discharge was due to his being arrested at an American Nazi Party event (AP 26 August 1967). He joined Rockwell’s organization in 1960 and around that time he started calling himself by the German-sounding surname Patler.

Patsalos edited and illustrated the NSWPP’s publication for members, The Stormtrooper, and drew cartoons found in Rockwell’s book White Power.

Matt Koehl told reporters that Patsalos had exhibited “Bolshevik leanings,” and, “Communist thought kept creeping up in his work.” (UPI, 25 August 1967)

According to testimony given during his appeal before the Virginia Supreme Court in 1970, Patsalos said to another NSWPP member, “Rockwell is an evil genius and must be stopped.” (UPI, 1 December 1970)

Early in the summer of 1967, there was an attempt to kill Rockwell in the driveway of his house.

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A Tribute to George Lincoln Rockwell – Heretical

At first we thought the riot had been called off. It was a hot, Sunday afternoon, July third, 1960.

The week before, June 26th, the Director of the National Capital Parks of the Department of the Interior had called me and sent me, by special messenger, an official letter of urgent warning. He told us that the Department had so much information of violence and riots planned against us that he was “not sure” he could protect us with his police force. He suggested that we give up speaking or move out of town. When I firmly but respectfully refused, he asked me to withdraw the Troopers I had been keeping in the crowd to heckle the hecklers to keep the crowd from cohering into a riotous and dangerous mob.

We, too, had been receiving more than the usual amount of filthy telephoned threats that this time they would “beat the out of us”, etc. I had therefore painted a huge sign for our speaking stand warning the crowd that “certain” groups were planning to riot in order to put an end to our speaking. I had complied with the police request that we pull our Troopers out of the crowd — as we always obey all reasonable police requests.

But there had been no riot on the twenty-sixth. We had twenty-five of our men on hand, all behind the roped enclosure, and were more than ready for them if they burst through the ropes at us, no matter how many they were, or how tough.

They came to this rally, all right! Let no one say that the Jews are a race of nothing but sickly moneylenders and feeble clerks. There were two or three hundred big, husky, mean-looking Jews who screamed curses and milled around. Some spat at us, but they did not attack. For almost two hours I managed to outshout their heckling and completed my speech by sheer force of will and power of voice.

This week of July third, we felt the worst danger was over. We had faced their mob of hoods and bullies the week before and had left the field victorious. It seemed doubtful they would try again so soon.

The rolling mall between the U.S. Capitol and the Washington Monument was warm and brilliantly green in the hot July sunshine as our convoy of cars and trucks drove up with our Troops and equipment. The police were there in force, with their mounted men hidden behind the building, as usual; the police dogs locked in their special little van and their squad cars and patrol wagons lined up beside the Smithsonian Museum. But only a few dozen people were in front of our roped-off speaking enclosure.

I sat down under a tree to one side and watched as my lads unloaded the heavy stand from the convoy, set it up and attached the bunting and banners. A few of our fans came over and talked with me or offered me cold drinks. Everything seemed peaceful. In fact, it was too peaceful. Major Morgan, my Deputy Commander, on whom I depended as an experienced and utterly capable Storm Leader, had asked for the day off and had even come down to the scene in civvies with his pregnant wife to enjoy, for once, the case of a spectator. Only eleven of our men had been able to show up at this rally, after the all-out effort of the week before.

But now, I could sense something different, something wrong. As the crowd began to gather, the police did a strange thing: they all but disappeared. They retreated over a hundred yards beyond the crowd and there were only one or two uniformed men anywhere within operating distance of the enclosure!

I mounted the platform when the boys were ready. Then I knew what was going on. Like a hoard of locusts, almost in military formation, over two hundred of last week’s burly Jew hoodlums and toughs swarmed around our stand and began an obviously organized chant of “Sick! Sick! Sick!” This was not too surprising, but what happened next was horrifying. The Jews began to push and hang over the ropes and swing at our men, and the police retreated even farther away with folded arms!

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George Lincoln Rockwell – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

George Lincoln Rockwell Commander of the American Nazi Party In office March, 1958 August 25, 1967 (9 years) Preceded by Position established Succeeded by Matt Koehl Leader of the World Union of National Socialists In office 1962 August 25, 1967 (5 years) Preceded by Position established Succeeded by Matt Koehl Personal details Born George Lincoln Rockwell (1918-03-09)March 9, 1918 Bloomington, Illinois, US Died August 25, 1967(1967-08-25) (aged49) Arlington County, Virginia, US Political party American Nazi Party Spouse(s) Judy Aultman (1943-1953) ra Hallgrmsdttir (1953-1961) Occupation Sailor, politician, activist Military service Allegiance United States Service/branch United States Navy Years of service 19411960 Rank Commander Battles/wars World War II Korean War Awards *American Defense Service Medal

George Lincoln Rockwell (March 9, 1918 August 25, 1967) was the founder of the American Nazi Party.[1] Rockwell was a major figure in the neo-Nazi movement in the United States, and his beliefs and writings have continued to be influential among white nationalists and neo-Nazis.

On August 25, 1967, Rockwell was killed by gunshots while leaving a shopping center in Arlington, Virginia.[2]John Patler, a former member of Rockwell’s group, was arrested and convicted of the murder and sentenced to 20 years in prison.[3] Patler was paroled in 1975 after serving eight years.[4]

Rockwell was born in Bloomington, Illinois, the first of three children of George Lovejoy “Doc” Rockwell and Claire (Schade) Rockwell. His father was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and was of English and Scottish ancestry. His mother was the daughter of Augustus Schade, a German immigrant, and Corrine Boudreau, who was of Acadian French ancestry. Both parents were vaudeville comedians and actors, and his father’s acquaintances included Fred Allen, Benny Goodman, Walter Winchell, Jack Benny, and Groucho Marx.[5][6] His parents divorced when Rockwell was six years old, and he divided his youth with his mother in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and with his father in Boothbay Harbor, Maine.[5]

Rockwell attended Atlantic City High School in Atlantic City, and applied to Harvard University when he was 17 years old. However, he was denied admission. One year later, his father enrolled him at Hebron Academy in Hebron, Maine.[7] He became an avid reader of Western philosophy and socially significant novels, leading him to re-examine the topic of religion. He had initially perceived himself as a devout Protestant, but after reading the Bible numerous times, he perceived religion as a necessary pillar to civilization rather than literally true. He promoted the Christian Identity sect in the 1960s.[citation needed]

In August 1938, Rockwell enrolled at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island as a philosophy major.[5] In his sociology courses, he rejected equality and the idea that man was made by his environment and all human beings had the same potential in life. He debated with fellow students over topics such as social themes in popular novels.

Rockwell had a successful Naval career, both on active duty and in the Naval Reserve. A veteran of World War II, he was a naval aviator and served a follow-on tour during the Korean War. He would transfer to the naval reserve.

In his sophomore year, Rockwell dropped out of Brown University and accepted a commission in the United States Navy.[5] He appreciated the order and discipline of the Navy, and attended flight schools in Massachusetts and Florida in 1940.

On April 24, 1943, Rockwell married Judy Aultman, whom he had met while attending Brown University. Aultman was a student at Pembroke College, which was the female section of the university. The couple had three daughters: Bonnie, Nancy, and Phoebe Jean. At the time, Rockwell was studying at the Navy’s aerial photography school in South Florida. When he completed his training, he served in the Pacific Theatre of World War II.

Rockwell was recalled to duty as a lieutenant commander at the beginning of the Korean War. He moved to San Diego, California, with his wife and two children, where he trained Navy and United States Marine Corps pilots.[5]

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If you see an item you want, please note the ITEM NUMBER and NAME and use it in your email. Please note: This page has a number of artifacts from the estate of George Lincoln Rockwell. They are of historical significance because of his political career and the associated notoriety of his political position as the Commander of the National Socialist White People’s Party (NSWPP) and the American Nazi Party (ANP). It is not to be construed as an endorsement nor glorification of Rockwell’s outspoken and controversial opinions, nor the premises or tenants of the ANP. You can email us at snyderstr@aol.com with questions. This section has a number of original period photographs, documents, and artifacts covering the period from just after the Korean War, through his run for Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1965/66, and his assassination in 1967. This photo has a lot of intriguing details, including close-up views of the ANP armband and medallion in wear. Note the airborne wing worn by one of the others in the photo. The propaganda pamplete regards North and South Carolina. The photo was taken in 1961 and published on the death of the Grand Dragon of the NY KKK. It measures 8 by 10 inches. This is the back of the photo. The condition is near very good, with minor wrinkles and edge wear from age. There is a crease visible as a vertical line at the right side at his left elbow. The check shown is representative. It is dated 25 June 1958, and numbered 11, drawn on the Arlington (Virginia) Trust Company. The one you receive may have differing amounts and other minor cosmetic differences, but of the same time period and bank. This check has cancellation perforations in the usual places. It is in excellent condition.

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Let’s posit that you have a friend or relative who cares about politics. He has a wish list. He already owns What It Takes, Game Change, and The Victory Lab. What else does he need? Any one of these books, or all of them, depending on whether he’s fonder of history or snark, policy or campaigns. At the start of his career, Sidney Blumenthal was a sharp, cynical observer of the trends that he feared the most. His work on the conservative “counter-establishment” was essential; so was this profile of the consultants and strategists who had professionalized politics. There’s an “oh, that’s how that happened” quality to the book now, when a political decision in November 2014 is analyzed for what it means for the next presidential election.(Availability: Used) Michael Kinsley’s first collection of columns remains his best. The classic “Jerseygate” story, which defined the gaffe for all time as “when a politician tells the truth by accident,” is here; so is the result of The New Republic’s contest to find a more boring headline than “Worthwhile Canadian Initiative.” (My personal favorite: “Trade, a Two-Way Street.”) Even the dated pieces, like a sustained mockery of the 1984 Democratic platform, have loud echo. (Availability: Used) It’s the best story of a tax bill’s passage ever told. Jeffrey Birnbaum and Alan Murray make the struggle for the 1986 Tax Reform bill into something deeply human. Bob Packwood is seen, for the last time, as a powerful and generous legislator. Bill Bradley demonstrates how the senators who dream of the presidency (50 percent at any given time) can make themselves useful. (Availability: Paperback, Kindle) This is a frustrating read, if you cover politics.John M. Barry was given the kind of access to Speaker of the House Jim Wright that future speakers would never be naive enough to give. Barry in the roomfor key meetings, in the car when Wright stumped for Democratic candidates, by his side when Newt Gingrich brought him down. (Availability: Used, because the world is unfair and the publisher can’t keep this in print) John Maginnis writes about the Louisiana gubernatorial contest between Edwin Edwards and David Duke, and I could end the sentence there. Everything went wrong in that election, the politics of charisma clashing with the slow conversion of Dixiecrats into Republicans, clashing with the lumpen politics of racial backlash. (Availability: Used) Not a collection of political stories per se, but Haley’s interviews with Martin Luther King, Jr and the (justly forgotten) American Nazi George Lincoln Rockwell are single-lesson courses in how journalists should talk to the powerful. (Availability: Used) Joan Didion’s political essays for the New York Review of Books span a period between the great crises, post Perestroika, pre-9/11. Contemporary critics harshed her for her reducing every major political development to a cynical choice. Yet that’s what she saw,and she captured it in prose that zooms from close-up to 20,000 feet with real ease. (Availability: It was packaged in one volume, but it’s better to grab 2006’s comprehensive Didion collection for 10 bucks more.) Nina Easton profiled five conservatives as a way of explaining how the tail-end of the Baby Boom rebelled against liberalism. It’s hard to read this, drive on D.C.’s Constitution Avenue, and not imagine the young Grover Norquist doing the same while singing rebel songs.(Availability: Paperback, Kindle) Robert Novak’s memoir, finished shortly before he was felled by cancer, is one of the most honest documents of life in D.C. The big news from its release was that the anonymous Democrat who called George McGovern the candidate of “acid, amnesty and abortion” was … Tom Eagleton, who became McGovern’s short-lived running mate and wrecked his campaign. The book is spilling over with facts like that, drunken lunches, threats to punch people, and delicious score-settling with plastic people. (Availability: Paperback, Kindle)

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BBC ON THIS DAY | 25 | 1967: ‘American Hitler ‘ shot dead

1967: ‘American Hitler’ shot dead Minutes after the shooting a “captain” in Rockwell’s Nazi party, John Patler, 29, was arrested and charged with his murder. Police say two shots were fired from a rooftop of a beauty salon across the street from the Dominion Hills shopping centre. Two bullets went through the windscreen of the 49-year-old’s blue and white Chevrolet and hit him in the head and the chest. He died instantly. ‘Bolshevik leanings’ Eye-witnesses said the Nazi leader was reversing his car out of a parking space in the shopping centre when the incident happened. As the shots hit his car he dived onto the passenger seat in an attempt to escape. His car apparently crashed into another vehicle. A coroner pronounced him dead at the scene. George Lincoln Rockwell, who lived just yards from the scene of his death, founded the American Nazi Party, originally known as the World Union of Free Enterprise and National Socialists, in 1959.

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On the Murder of George Lincoln Rockwell

Shortly before noon on Friday, 25 August 1967, George Lincoln Rockwell left his home, and headquarters of his National-Socialist White People’s Party, at 6150 Wilson Boulevard1 to do his laundry at the Econ-o-wash laundromat in the Dominion Hills Centre at 6013 to 6035 Wilson Boulevard. The location was described by the Associated Press as “across the busy highway from the old frame house that served as Rockwell’s home — and the barracks of his ‘troopers'” (AP, 26 August 1967). At the laundromat a witness, 60-year-old Ruby Pierce, said that Rockwell, “a tall, charming man,” came in and talked about which washing machine to use. “He put his clothes in the washer and put his detergent in, and then he said, ‘I forgot something,’ or maybe he said, ‘I forgot my bleach.'” When the shots were fired2 17-year-old laundry attendant Robert Hancock looked up and saw the gunman on the 15-foot roof of the beauty salon (UPI, 25 August 1967). A barber named James Cummings saw a man later identified as John Patler, a.k.a. John Christ Patsalos, an expelled former member of Rockwell’s organization, leap from the south end of the shopping center and gave chase but lost him. Patsalos’ Character John Patsalos had a criminal history prior to adopting the name Patler and becoming a “Nazi.” He spent time in a New York youth-detention house where Patsalos boasted that another assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, had once been held. One report says that he murdered a childhood friend. Patsalos enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1958. In July 1960 he was given an honorable discharge on grounds of “unsuitability.” One report says that the discharge was due to his being arrested at an American Nazi Party event (AP 26 August 1967). He joined Rockwell’s organization in 1960 and around that time he started calling himself by the German-sounding surname Patler. Patsalos edited and illustrated the NSWPP’s publication for members, The Stormtrooper, and drew cartoons found in Rockwell’s book White Power. Matt Koehl told reporters that Patsalos had exhibited “Bolshevik leanings,” and, “Communist thought kept creeping up in his work.” (UPI, 25 August 1967) According to testimony given during his appeal before the Virginia Supreme Court in 1970, Patsalos said to another NSWPP member, “Rockwell is an evil genius and must be stopped.” (UPI, 1 December 1970) Early in the summer of 1967, there was an attempt to kill Rockwell in the driveway of his house.

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At first we thought the riot had been called off. It was a hot, Sunday afternoon, July third, 1960. The week before, June 26th, the Director of the National Capital Parks of the Department of the Interior had called me and sent me, by special messenger, an official letter of urgent warning. He told us that the Department had so much information of violence and riots planned against us that he was “not sure” he could protect us with his police force. He suggested that we give up speaking or move out of town. When I firmly but respectfully refused, he asked me to withdraw the Troopers I had been keeping in the crowd to heckle the hecklers to keep the crowd from cohering into a riotous and dangerous mob. We, too, had been receiving more than the usual amount of filthy telephoned threats that this time they would “beat the out of us”, etc. I had therefore painted a huge sign for our speaking stand warning the crowd that “certain” groups were planning to riot in order to put an end to our speaking. I had complied with the police request that we pull our Troopers out of the crowd — as we always obey all reasonable police requests. But there had been no riot on the twenty-sixth. We had twenty-five of our men on hand, all behind the roped enclosure, and were more than ready for them if they burst through the ropes at us, no matter how many they were, or how tough. They came to this rally, all right! Let no one say that the Jews are a race of nothing but sickly moneylenders and feeble clerks. There were two or three hundred big, husky, mean-looking Jews who screamed curses and milled around. Some spat at us, but they did not attack. For almost two hours I managed to outshout their heckling and completed my speech by sheer force of will and power of voice. This week of July third, we felt the worst danger was over. We had faced their mob of hoods and bullies the week before and had left the field victorious. It seemed doubtful they would try again so soon. The rolling mall between the U.S. Capitol and the Washington Monument was warm and brilliantly green in the hot July sunshine as our convoy of cars and trucks drove up with our Troops and equipment. The police were there in force, with their mounted men hidden behind the building, as usual; the police dogs locked in their special little van and their squad cars and patrol wagons lined up beside the Smithsonian Museum. But only a few dozen people were in front of our roped-off speaking enclosure. I sat down under a tree to one side and watched as my lads unloaded the heavy stand from the convoy, set it up and attached the bunting and banners. A few of our fans came over and talked with me or offered me cold drinks. Everything seemed peaceful. In fact, it was too peaceful. Major Morgan, my Deputy Commander, on whom I depended as an experienced and utterly capable Storm Leader, had asked for the day off and had even come down to the scene in civvies with his pregnant wife to enjoy, for once, the case of a spectator. Only eleven of our men had been able to show up at this rally, after the all-out effort of the week before. But now, I could sense something different, something wrong. As the crowd began to gather, the police did a strange thing: they all but disappeared. They retreated over a hundred yards beyond the crowd and there were only one or two uniformed men anywhere within operating distance of the enclosure! I mounted the platform when the boys were ready. Then I knew what was going on. Like a hoard of locusts, almost in military formation, over two hundred of last week’s burly Jew hoodlums and toughs swarmed around our stand and began an obviously organized chant of “Sick! Sick! Sick!” This was not too surprising, but what happened next was horrifying. The Jews began to push and hang over the ropes and swing at our men, and the police retreated even farther away with folded arms!

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George Lincoln Rockwell Commander of the American Nazi Party In office March, 1958 August 25, 1967 (9 years) Preceded by Position established Succeeded by Matt Koehl Leader of the World Union of National Socialists In office 1962 August 25, 1967 (5 years) Preceded by Position established Succeeded by Matt Koehl Personal details Born George Lincoln Rockwell (1918-03-09)March 9, 1918 Bloomington, Illinois, US Died August 25, 1967(1967-08-25) (aged49) Arlington County, Virginia, US Political party American Nazi Party Spouse(s) Judy Aultman (1943-1953) ra Hallgrmsdttir (1953-1961) Occupation Sailor, politician, activist Military service Allegiance United States Service/branch United States Navy Years of service 19411960 Rank Commander Battles/wars World War II Korean War Awards *American Defense Service Medal George Lincoln Rockwell (March 9, 1918 August 25, 1967) was the founder of the American Nazi Party.[1] Rockwell was a major figure in the neo-Nazi movement in the United States, and his beliefs and writings have continued to be influential among white nationalists and neo-Nazis. On August 25, 1967, Rockwell was killed by gunshots while leaving a shopping center in Arlington, Virginia.[2]John Patler, a former member of Rockwell’s group, was arrested and convicted of the murder and sentenced to 20 years in prison.[3] Patler was paroled in 1975 after serving eight years.[4] Rockwell was born in Bloomington, Illinois, the first of three children of George Lovejoy “Doc” Rockwell and Claire (Schade) Rockwell. His father was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and was of English and Scottish ancestry. His mother was the daughter of Augustus Schade, a German immigrant, and Corrine Boudreau, who was of Acadian French ancestry. Both parents were vaudeville comedians and actors, and his father’s acquaintances included Fred Allen, Benny Goodman, Walter Winchell, Jack Benny, and Groucho Marx.[5][6] His parents divorced when Rockwell was six years old, and he divided his youth with his mother in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and with his father in Boothbay Harbor, Maine.[5] Rockwell attended Atlantic City High School in Atlantic City, and applied to Harvard University when he was 17 years old. However, he was denied admission. One year later, his father enrolled him at Hebron Academy in Hebron, Maine.[7] He became an avid reader of Western philosophy and socially significant novels, leading him to re-examine the topic of religion. He had initially perceived himself as a devout Protestant, but after reading the Bible numerous times, he perceived religion as a necessary pillar to civilization rather than literally true. He promoted the Christian Identity sect in the 1960s.[citation needed] In August 1938, Rockwell enrolled at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island as a philosophy major.[5] In his sociology courses, he rejected equality and the idea that man was made by his environment and all human beings had the same potential in life. He debated with fellow students over topics such as social themes in popular novels. Rockwell had a successful Naval career, both on active duty and in the Naval Reserve. A veteran of World War II, he was a naval aviator and served a follow-on tour during the Korean War. He would transfer to the naval reserve. In his sophomore year, Rockwell dropped out of Brown University and accepted a commission in the United States Navy.[5] He appreciated the order and discipline of the Navy, and attended flight schools in Massachusetts and Florida in 1940. On April 24, 1943, Rockwell married Judy Aultman, whom he had met while attending Brown University. Aultman was a student at Pembroke College, which was the female section of the university. The couple had three daughters: Bonnie, Nancy, and Phoebe Jean. At the time, Rockwell was studying at the Navy’s aerial photography school in South Florida. When he completed his training, he served in the Pacific Theatre of World War II. Rockwell was recalled to duty as a lieutenant commander at the beginning of the Korean War. He moved to San Diego, California, with his wife and two children, where he trained Navy and United States Marine Corps pilots.[5]

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