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A Nearly Right Study of Rockwell

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William H. Schmaltz
For Race and Nation: George Lincoln Rockwell and the American Nazi Party
Stillwater, Minnesota: River’s Bend Press, 2013

The span of his political activity was short — just nine years. He lost his political races, badly. His speeches would be met with egg-, tomato-, and rock-throwing counter-protestors. He was assaulted and beat up many times, once severely. He also had multiple arrests, and there was an attempt to commit him to an insane asylum. Read more …

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A Family of Valor:
The Genealogy of George Lincoln Rockwell

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This essay is part of the George Lincoln Rockwell Centennial series.

George Lincoln Rockwell was assassinated on August 25, 1967 in the parking lot of a northern Virginia laundromat by a former follower named John Patsalos. In many ways, Rockwell’s death was an ironic end to a valorous life. Read more …

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Call for Papers
The Francis Parker Yockey & George Lincoln Rockwell Centennials

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Two centennials of great importance to the North American New Right are approaching. September 18, 2017 is the 100th birthday of Francis Parker Yockey, and March 9, 2018 is the 100th birthday of George Lincoln Rockwell.  Read more …

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Your Publisher, Cmdr. Rockwell
Remembering George Lincoln Rockwell: March 9, 1918-August 25, 1967

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Nearly fifty years after his assassination, the image of George Lincoln Rockwell (March 9, 1918-August 25, 1967) is more iconic than ever. You can drop his amiable face into a Twitter avi or Website header, and feel pretty certain that most of your audience will know who it is. At Amazon, publications by and about Rockwell run on for pages: new, used, rare first editions; hardbound, paperback, Kindle; memoirs, speeches, political tracts; cartoon pamphlets and dank satires. Read more …

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Interview with Martin Webster, Part 1

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Rockwell as Conservative

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Editor’s Note:

George Lincoln Rockwell was born on March 9th, 1918. In honor of his birthday, we commissioned the following essay by Gregory Hood. See also the following excerpts from Rockwell’s autobiography This Time the World: “Rockwell was Right” and “Rockwell was Right, Part 2,” Read more …

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George Lincoln Rockwell Discovers the Jewish Problem

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Edited by Andrew Hamilton

From George Lincoln Rockwell’s autobiography This Time the World (Arlington, Va.: Parliament House, 1963), pp. 76–81.

But this was also the time [1951] that General Douglas MacArthur was being summarily fired by the midget of history, Harry Truman, in the most humiliating manner; Read more …

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Russell Maguire, The American Mercury, & Racially-Conscious Conservatism

Russell Maguire

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Russell Maguire was an anti-Jewish, pro-white, multimillionaire businessman active in American conservative circles in the 1950s and ’60s, primarily through the publication of the well-known American Mercury magazine.

In 1956 Maguire hired future American Nazi Party leader George Lincoln Rockwell “at a handsome salary” to promote his magazine, just as William F. Buckley of National Review had done the year before. Read more …

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DeWest Hooker:
Portrait of a Radical

DeWest Hooker

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A colorful yet enigmatic figure in the postwar American racialist movement was the well-to-do anti-Jewish businessman DeWest “West” Hooker (1918–1999). His portrait emerges primarily through self-descriptions he provided to leading white activists (the most notable of whom was George Lincoln Rockwell) over a period of forty years. Read more …

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Rockwell:
A National Socialist Life

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Editor’s Note:

George Lincoln Rockwell was born on March 9th, 1918. In honor of his birthday, we are reprinting William Pierce’s classic tribute to Rockwell, who was gunned down by a disaffected follower on August 25th, 1967.

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