ODESSA: ‘Fascist International’, Hitler Lives (Part 2) – By David Livingston

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  • “…Thompson met NRP founder James Madole at the request of ex-Nazis, Colonel Hans-Ulrich Rudel and Johannes von Leers, who both worked with Skorzeny. Thompson explained that at the time he was not only “official U.S. representative” of the SRP, but “also represented the leadership cadre of the ‘survivors’ of the Third Reich, scattered throughout the world.” Yockey’s report on the Soviet anti-Semitic purges led Madole to endorse the campaigns against “rootless cosmopolitans” and “Zionists.”

Continued From Part 1….

Nazi Revival

Chief prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz flanked by German defense lawyers, Dr. Friedrich Bergold (right) and Dr. Rudolf Aschenauer (left) at the Nuremberg Trials.
Chief prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz flanked by German defense lawyers, Dr. Friedrich Bergold (right) and Dr. Rudolf Aschenauer (left) at the Nuremberg Trials.

Viereck and Thompson were the center of an intellectual circle who met frequently in Viereck’s apartment, that included Lawrence Dennis, Alfred Kinsey, and Professor Charles Callan Tansill, Harry Elmer Barnes, and other historians.[90] Dennis, the author of The Coming American Fascism and The Dynamics of War and Revolution, was a key link to Boris Brasol and Charles Lindbergh, and “America’s No. 1 intellectual Fascist.”[91]

Lawrence Dennis (1893 – 1977), American fascist who was of mixed race, but concealed it until later in life.
Lawrence Dennis (1893 – 1977), American fascist who was of mixed race, but concealed it until later in life.

Dennis and Viereck were among the thirty prominent individuals indicted in July 1942, accused of violations of the Smith Act, which set criminal penalties for advocating the overthrow of the U.S. government.[92] In 1994, Willis Carto established a historical revisionist journal The Barnes Review, named after Harry Elmer Barnes, who was known for his historical revisionism and Holocaust denial.

Sexologist Alfred Kinsey, a student of Dr. Hermann Muller, who studied under Nazi eugenist Ernst Rüdin
Sexologist Alfred Kinsey, a student of Dr. Hermann Muller, who studied under Nazi eugenist Ernst Rüdin

Another fascist which Thompson worked closely with was Fred C.F. Weiss, who had first introduced him to Yockey.[93] Weiss, who had served with the German general staff during World War I, had immigrated to the USA during the 1930s, and had been briefly interned in the USA in 1942 as an enemy alien. Weiss was never naturalized, and remained a German citizen.[94] “I haven’t been back to Germany since 1930,” Weiss explained, “but I am in close personal contact with key nationals leaders at home and with exiles in other place.”[95] Weiss was described in FBI files as “the guiding influence behind all of the pro-German, neo-Nazi organizations in the U.S.”[96] Thompson, Weiss explained, once had no genuine dislike for the Jews, “but, as no one had the slightest interest in his political views on other subjects, I showed him how he could get attention by attacking the Jews… He was a ready pupil.”[97]

As reported in Cross-Currents (1956), by Arnold Forster and Benjamin Epstein, the ADL concluded:

 Dr. Hans Grimm and Arthur Ehrhardt propound, [Werner] Naumann heads, [Heinrich] Malz and his unknown friend “document” and plan the propaganda for, the Nazi revival. That is, in brief, the German picture. Einar Aberg in Sweden, Sir Oswald Mosley in England, Frederick Weiss in the United States, and other in other countries, distribute the resulting literature.[98]

 

Werner Naumann (1909 – 1982)
Werner Naumann (1909 – 1982)

Werner Naumann (1909 – 1982) was State Secretary in Joseph Goebbels’ Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda during the Nazi Germany era. He was appointed Propaganda Minister in the Flensburg government of Karl Dönitz by Hitler’s Testament of 29 April 1945. On 1 May 1945, he was the leader of break-out group number 3 from the Führerbunker in Berlin, which included Martin Bormann, Hans Baur, Ludwig Stumpfegger and Artur Axmann.[99] Following Germany’s defeat, Naumann lived under an assumed name for five years. He reemerged after the 1950 amnesty and resumed his contacts within the far right, including Hans-Ulrich Rudel, Ernst Achenbach, Arthur Axmann, Otto Skorzeny and many others.[100]

Eberhard Fritsch (d. 1974), a confidant of Adolf Eichmann, was the head of the publishing house in Argentina, Duerer Verlag, the principle German language and neo-Nazi propaganda center in Latin America. Its official publication was Der Weg. Dr. Heinrich Malz, a one time SS police chief, and one Naumann’s top associates, corresponded extensively with Weiss.[101] Weiss was also in contact with Rudolf Aschenauer (1913 – 1983), who became known as a defense lawyer at the Nazi trials. H. Keith Thompson claimed to have been Aschenauer’s agent in the United States.[102] In 1949, Aschenauer contacted Senator Joseph McCarthy, who was still largely unknown at the time, claiming that the conviction in the Malmedy trial had only been made with the help of torture-extorted confessions. McCarthy made these allegations in a US Senate hearing in May 1949. Aschenauer, in turn, used this hearing as evidence of publications in the German press questioning the legality of all judgments against war criminals.[103]

Weiss’ worldwide contacts included Arthur Erhardt, Peter J. Huxley-Blythe, Colonel Rudel, Einar Aberg, Maurice Bardeche, Per Engdahl, Gaston-Armand Amaudruz, Raven Thomson, Arnold Lees, “Hitler’s Mufti” Amin el Husseini, and Otto Strasser.[104] Aberg was once Swedish agent for Welt Dienst. Bardeche was a founder of the MSE and became its vice-president, which brought him together with leaders such as Mosley, Amaudruz and Engdahl, a leading Swedish far-right politician. Bardèche was also the brother-in-law of the collaborationist Robert Brasillach, who was executed after the liberation of France in 1944. Leese, the leader of the Fascist League of Britain, was an intellectual mentor for Colin Jordan and John Tyndall. Raven Thomson, a follower of Oswald Mosley, has been described as the “Alfred Rosenberg of British fascism.”[105]

Sexologist Dr. Harry Benjamin (1885 – 1986), associated with the World League for Sexual Reform (WLSR).
Sexologist Dr. Harry Benjamin (1885 – 1986), associated with the World League for Sexual Reform (WLSR).

Weiss developed a relationship with Yockey’s girlfriend, Virginia Johnson, who would attend Viereck’s parties with him. In early 1952, Yockey moved in with psychiatrist Dr. Warren Johnson and Virginia, his then wife, with whom he eventually ran off. Johnson later discovered letters Yockey had written her. “Portions of the correspondence,” the FBI noted, “are of an obscene nature and should be handled accordingly.”[106] Dr. Benjamin, the sex-change-operation pioneer, also played an important role in Virginia’s life. Rumors began that she quit her job to become a high-class call girl to assist Benjamin in his study of prostitution. One informant told the ADL that Weiss, “Developed contact with a prostitute who is the girlfriend of Dr. Benjamin, a psychiatrist who goes in for all kind of sex orgies. The good doctor used his girlfriend to participate in some of the orgies held by Viereck in his room at the Bellecaire Hotel.”[107]

H. Keith Thompson, Weiss and Mana Truhill were connected to one of Viereck’s sexologist friends, Sam Roth, the most famous publisher of erotica in the 1950s. Although born an Orthodox Jew in Austria, Roth hated Judaism and wrote Jews Must Live: An Account of the Persecution of the World By Israel on All the Frontiers of Civilization, which continues to be sold by far-right publishers today. Roth’s early poetry was praised by Edwin Arlington Robinson, Louis Untermeyer, Maurice Samuel, and Ezra Pound, among others. Roth published (generally as “piracies”) important literary works by the likes of D.H. Lawrence, James Joyce, Baudelaire, and even Aleister Crowley. Roth published pirated editions of Lady Chatterley’s Lover, most probably the first American to do so. Roth published in some cases, without permission some sexually explicit, contemporary authors, including segments of Joyce’s Ulysses, though Joyce won an injunction against Roth. In 1953, Roth published My Sister and I, supposedly written by Nietzsche when he was in a mental hospital near the end of his life, which included accounts of a incestuous relationship between Nietzsche and his sister Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche, as well as an affair with Richard Wagner’s wife Cosima. Roth was a plaintiff in Roth v. United States (1957), a key Supreme Court ruling on freedom of sexual expression and whose minority opinion, regarding redeeming social value as a criterion in obscenity prosecutions, became a template for the liberalizing First Amendment decisions in the 1960s.

Although Roth remained an Orthodox Jew his entire life, he was also friends with anti-Semites such as George Sylvester Viereck and Fritz Joubert Duquesne. In 1955, Roth published Viereck’s Men into Beasts and some of Viereck’s erotica in his magazine American Aphrodite.[108] Duquesne headed the Duquesne Spy Ring, the largest espionage case in United States history that ended in convictions. A total of 33 members of a German espionage network were convicted after a lengthy investigation by the FBI.

 

National Renaissance Party

James Madole founder of the National Renaissance Party, addressing audience in the Upper East Side (1966)
James Madole founder of the National Renaissance Party, addressing audience in the Upper East Side (1966)

In 1949, Fred Weiss had a role in creating, and he was a major financial contributor to the National Renaissance Party (NRP), founded by Thompson’s protégée, James Madole. Thompson showed that Sanford Griffith and other “anti-Nazi” and ADL agents were enabling a willing Madole.[109] Despite Thompson’s misgivings, the NRP Bulletin served as a venue for the writings of Weiss and Yockey, and Weiss largely funded Madole.[110] Thompson met NRP founder James Madole at the request of ex-Nazis, Colonel Hans-Ulrich Rudel and Johannes von Leers, who both worked with Skorzeny. Thompson explained that at the time he was not only “official U.S. representative” of the SRP, but “also represented the leadership cadre of the ‘survivors’ of the Third Reich, scattered throughout the world.”[111] Yockey’s report on the Soviet anti-Semitic purges led Madole to endorse the campaigns against “rootless cosmopolitans” and “Zionists.”[112]

Madole had a deep interest in Satanism and the occult.[113] Although he never attracted more than a small group of followers, Madole, according to Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke, established himself as the father of postwar occult fascism. Madole’s ideas on race were developed from Blavatsky whom he quoted to the effect that the Jewish Kabbalah derived from Aryan sources in Central Asia.[114]

Prince Ali Salman Aga Khan (13 June 1911 – 12 May 1960), known as Aly Khan.
Prince Ali Salman Aga Khan (13 June 1911 – 12 May 1960), known as Aly Khan.

As documented by the FBI and other agencies, Madole was in regular contact with specific members of the diplomatic corps of the Soviet Union, Cuba, Egypt and Iraq. Madole was a friend of Prince Aly Khan (1911 – 1960), who belonged together to some unspecified occult fraternity based on the Theosophy of Blavatsky.[115] Aly was the son of Sultan Mahommed Shah, Aga Khan III, the leader of the Ismaili Muslims, and descendant of the Assassins. Aga Khan III was nominated to represent India to the League of Nations in 1932 and served as President of the League of Nations from 1937–38. Prince Aly was the father of Prince Karim Aga Khan, the current Aga Khan IV. Karim’s brother, Prince Sadruddin (1933 – 2003),served as United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees from 1966 to 1977.In 1949, Aly married American movie star Rita Hayworth, who left her film career to marry him. In 1958, Aly was appointed Ambassador to the United Nations for Pakistan. He was also elected a vice president of the United Nations General Assembly and also served as chairman of the UN’s Peace Observation Committee. Aly also had an affair with Unity Mitford’s friend, Pamela Harriman, who was first married to Winston Churchill’s son Randolph before marrying W. Averell Harriman. Pamela famously had numerous affairs, including with Frank Sinatra, Baron Elie de Rothschild, Gianni Agnelli and, it is believed, Jock Hay Whitney.[116]

Eustace Mullins
Eustace Mullins

NRP member Eustace Mullins was also a member of Thompson’s American Committee for the Advancement of Western Culture (ACFAWC), along with Madole. The ACFAWC was created after an April 1953 meeting held at Weiss’ farm in Middletown NY.[117] Mullins was close to George Sylvester Viereck.[118] Mullins had been inspired to write the conspiracy classic Secrets of the Federal Reserve by his mentor Ezra Pound. At the time however, Pound was a schizophrenia patient at the famous MK-Ultra facility, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Washington DC, where he was held, according to Mullins, against his will as a “political prisoner” for his radical views. According to his friend, CIA counter-intelligence chief James Jesus Angleton, “I don’t think anyone ever took Pound’s politics seriously. It was another mask. I think it was part of that kaleidoscopic side of Pound. I don’t think he was an integrated man.”[119] Mullins founded the Free Ezra Pound Committee (FEPC), whose chairman was fellow NRP member Matt Koehl, who was the Youth Section Leader of the ACFAWC.

Researcher Ernie Lazar published a scathing report of Mullins’ dubious past and neo-Nazi affiliations based on several FBI reports, showing that Mullins altered FBI documents which he reproduced in his book, excising portions which referred to his homosexuality, his anti-Semitism and his connections to neo-Nazis and racial extremists.[120] Mullins, Koehl and Edward Fleckenstein were arrested near Middletown, New York circa 1955 in connection with their sodomizing a hitch-hiking teenage boy in the back seat of a car in which they were all travelling. This probably accounts for why Mullins is described in FBI memos as follows: “Mullins is a warped, degenerate and depraved individual.”[121]

The NRP also had ties with black militants who shared their commitment to racial segregation. Its closest ties were to the African Universal Church, headed by Archbishop Clarence C. Addison. The church had a political wing known as the National Party that shared segregated meetings with the NRP. NRP also maintained ties with the United Nationalist Africa Movement as well as the African Nationalist Federation Council. Other black nationalists with NRP links included James Lawson, Abdul Krim, and Carlos Cooks.[122]

NRP became a concern to the House Committee on Un-American Activities (HCUA), an investigative committee of the United States House of Representatives, who regarded both fascism and communism as “of grave concern to the committee.” Their report, Preliminary Report on Neo-Fascist and Hate Groups continues, concludes that these organizations exploited racial and religious hatreds to gain financial support, and that many of them were led by “racketeers” mainly concerned with gaining financial reward by their activities.

Anton LaVey and the Church of Satan
Anton LaVey and the Church of Satan

James Wagner, a former Security Echalon (SE) commander, recalled that there were close relations between Madole’s National Renaissance Party (NRP) and Anton LaVey’s Church of Satan in California. Madole and LaVey met frequently, and Madole is said to have erected a large satanic altar in his apartment, which included an image of Baphomet, and Madole played LaVey’s recording of the Satanic Mass at several NRP meetings. One NRP bulletin shows a picture of Madole and an SE trooper with the high priest of the Temple of Baal. Douglas Robbins, another ex-leader from the Church of Satan, cultivated close links with Madole, and formed the satanic Order of the Black Ram with some other NRP members and incorporated the principles of the Satanic Bible “to celebrate the ancient religious rites of the Aryan race.”[123] Other fascist groups also sought alliances, including the American Nazi Party and the militant United Klans of America. Ultimately, LaVey turned all of them down, but acknowledged his appreciation for their “camaraderie.”[124]

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[2] Ibid., p. 173.

[3] Michael Bar-Zohar. The Avengers (Barker, 1968), p. 103.

[4] Michael Bar-Zohar. The Avengers (Barker, 1968), p. 103.

[5] Manning. Martin Bormann, p. 11.

[6] Ibid., p. 139.

[7] Uki Goñi. The Real Odessa: Smuggling the Nazis to Perón’s Argentina (Granta, 2003), p. 100.

[8] “Argentina: Post World War II.” Virtual Jewish History Tour.

[9] “United Jewish Communities; Global Jewish Populations.” Ujc.org (March 30, 2009.

[10] Larry Rohter. “Argentina, a Haven for Nazis, Balks at Opening Its Files.” The New York Times (March 9, 2003).

[11] Anton Joachimsthaler. The Last Days of Hitler: The Legends, The Evidence, The Truth (London: Brockhampton Press, 1995), pp. 22–23.

[12] Michael Beschloss. “Dividing the Spoils.” Smithsonian Magazine (December 2002).

[13] Hannah Brown. “How did Hitler really die?” The Jerusalem Post (December 29, 2012). Retrieved from https://www.jpost.com/Arts-and-Culture/Entertainment/How-did-Hitler-really-die

[14] Rod McPhee. “The quiet alpine town in Argentina that housed thousands of Nazis after the war – and Hitler may have been one.” Mirror (June 21, 2017). Retrieved from https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/quiet-alpine-town-argentina-housed-10664788

[15] Shraga Elam & Dennis Whitehead.  “In the Service of the Jewish State.” Haaretz (March 29, 2007). Retrieved from https://www.haaretz.com/1.4813593

[16] Kenneth J. Campbell. “Otto Skorzeny: The Most Dangerous Man in Europe.” American Intelligence Journal, Vol. 30, No. 1 (2012), p. 147.

[17] Paul Manning. Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile (Lyle Stuart Inc., 1981), p. 201.

[18] Nigel Dempster. Heiress: The Story of Christina Onassis (Grove Weidenfeld, 1989), p. 23.

[19] Ladislas Farago. Aftermath; cited in Yeadon & Hawkins. The Nazi Hydra in America, p. 458.

[20] Infield. Skorzeny, p. 197.

[21] Lee. The Beast Reawakens, pp. 42-44.

[22] Infield. Skorzeny, p. 197.

[23] Ibid.

[24] Alexander Reid Ross. “Beyond the Acid-Filled Jacuzzi: Sinister Truths About Bannon’s Fascism.” Dignitaries Humanae (March 15, 2017).

[25] Infield. Skorzeny, p. 169.

[26] Michael Farr. The Adventures of Hergé (Re-release ed.). Last Gasp. pp. 27, 53 (first published 2007 by John Murray Publishers Ltd.)

[27] Infield. Skorzeny, p. 169.

[28] Infield. Skorzeny, p. 206.

[29] Infield. Skorzeny, p. 207–208.

[30] Infield. Skorzeny, p. 237.

[31] The Wiener Library bulletin, Volume 15 (Wiener Library. 1961). p. 2

[32] Joel Fishman. “The Postwar Career of Nazi Ideologue Johann von Leers, aka Omar Amin, the “First- Ranking German” in Nasser’s Egypt.” Jewish Political Studies Review, Fall 2014, Vol. 26, No. 3/4 (Fall 2014), p. 55.

[33] Manning. Martin Bormann, p. 212.

[34] Tom Segev. Simon Wiesenthal: The Life and Legends; Ian Black & Benny Morris. Israel’s Secret Wars: A History of Israel’s Intelligence Services (Schocken Books, 2012).

[35] Dan Raviv and Yossi Melman. “The Strange Case of a Nazi Who Became an Israeli Hitman.” Haarezt (Mar 27, 2016).

[36] Jeffrey Kaplan & Leonard Weinberg. The Emergence of a Euro-American Radical Right (Rutgers University Press, 1998), p. 39.

[37] Giorgio Galli. La Crisi italiana e la destra internazionale (Milan: Mondadori, 1974), p. 20.

[38] Goodrick-Clarke. Black Sun, p. 67.

[39] Adriano Romauldi. Julius Evola: L’uomo e l’opera (Rome: Volpe, 1971), pp. 7, 92.

[40] Jonathan Kwitny. “The C.I.A.’s Secret Armies in Europe.” The Nation (April 6, 1992). pp. 446–447, cited in Ganser, “Terrorism in Western Europe.”; Charles Cogan (2007). “‘Stay-Behind’ in France: Much ado about nothing?” Journal of Strategic Studies. 30 (6): 937–954; Alexander Reid Ross. Against the Fascist Creep (AK Press, 2017).

[41] Jeffrey M. Bale. The Darkest Sides of Politics, I: Postwar Fascism, Covert Operations, and Terrorism (New York: Routeledge, 2018).

[42] Kurt P. Tauber. “German Nationalists and European Union.” Political Science Quarterly. Academy of Political Science, 1959. 74 (4): pp. 573-4.

[43] Lee. The Beast Reawakens, p. 5.

[44] Stephen E. Atkins. Encyclopedia of modern worldwide extremists and extremist groups (Greenwood Publishing Group. 2004), pp. 272.

[45] Lee. The Beast Reawakens, p. 7.

[46] Goodrick-Clarke. Black Sun, p. 77.

[47] Ibid., p. 49.

[48] Lee. The Beast Reawakens, p. 50.

[49] Ibid., pp. 73, 134, 151.

[50] Philip Rees. Biographical Dictionary of the Extreme Right Since 1890 (Simon & Schuster, 1990), p. 110.

[51] S.J. Rosenthal. “The Pioneer Fund Financier of Fascist Research.” American Behavioral Scientist, 1995, 39(1), pp. 44-61.

[52] Sara Flounders. “The role of Americares: a wolf in sheep’s clothing,” True Democracy (Spring 2002).

[53] W.H. Tucker. Closer Look at the Pioneer Fund: Response to Rushton (A. Alb. L. Rev., 2002), pp.161-3.

[54] Roger Pearson. “Editorial: Our third birthday.” Northern World (1959), 4: 2-3.

[55] Tucker. The Funding of Scientific Racism, p. 161.

[56] Ryback Timothy. Hitler’s Private Library: The Books that Shaped His Life (New York: Knopf, 2008), p. 110.

[57] Coogan. Dreamer of the Day, p. 479.

[58] “Peter Huxley-Blythe.” Obituaries. The Telegraph (October 15, 2013).

[59] M. Billig. Psychology, Racism, and Fascism (Birmingham: A. F. & R./Searchlight, 1979).

[60] John P. Jackson, Jr.. Science for Segregation: Race, Law, and the Case against Brown v. Board of Education (NYU Press, 2005), p. 47.

[61] Ibid.

[62] Bolton. Varange.

[63] Ibid., p. 511.

[64] Thompson interview with Stimley. Kerry Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.”

[65] Ibid.

[66] Ibid.

[67] Kerry Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.” Inconvenient History, 6(2), 2014.

[68] Ibid.

[69] Bolton. “The Symbiosis Between Anti-Semitism & Zionism.”

[70] Ibid.

[71] H.K. Thompson. “I am an American Fascist.” Expose, part 2 (October 21, 1954); Kerry Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.” Inconvenient History (Volume 6, Number 2, 2014).

[72] Thompson. “American Fascist,” part 3, October 1954. Cited in Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.”

[73] Coogan. Dreamer of the Day, p. 421.

[74] Lee. The Beast Reawakens, pp. 86-87.

[75] FBI report on Thompson and “Committee for Freedom of Major General Remer,” July 21, 1952 (105-919), p. 1.

[76] Thompson. “I am an American Fascist,” Expose, New York, Part 2, October 21, 1954.

[77] FBI report on Thompson and “Committee for Freedom of Major General Remer,” July 21, 1952 (105-919), p. 5.

[78] Robbins. Secrets of the Tomb, Kindle Location 1854.

[79] Kerry Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.”

[80] Lee. The Beast Reawakens, p. 105.

[81] Coogan. Dreamer of the Day, p. 256.

[82] Ibid., p. 462.

[83] Ibid., p. 359.

[84] Ibid., p. 263.

[85] Newark Star-Ledger. Cited in Kerry Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.”

[86] David McCalden, Revisionist Newsletter, Manhattan Beach, California, No. 21, June, 1983; cited in Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.”

[87] Colin Summerhayes. “Hitler’s Antarctic base: the myth and the reality.” Polar Record, 43 (224): 8,16 (2007).

[88] Ernie Lazar. Eustace Mullins and the Conspiratorial Extreme Right. Retrieved from https://sites.google.com/site/ernie124102/mullins

[89] Thompson and Viereck to Dönitz, October 1, 1956; cited in Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.”

[90] Thompson interview with Stimley. Kerry Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.”

[91] Ibid.

[92] See Lawrence Dennis & Maximillian St. George. A Trial on Trial: The Great Sedition Trial of 1944 ([1945] (Torrance, Cal.: Institute for Historical Review, 1984).

[93] Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.”

[94] Forster & Epstein. Cross-Currents, p. 202.

[95] Ibid, p. 203.

[96] FBI report, August 25, 1953, (105-6128), p. 9.

[97] Forster & Epstein. Cross-Currents, p. 203.

[98] Ibid., p. 226

[99] James Preston O’Donnell. The Bunker: The History of the Reich Chancellery Group (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1978), p. 298.

[100] Kurt Tauber. Beyond Eagle and Swastika: German Nationalism Since 1945 (Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1967), pp. 133–135.

[101] Forster & Epstein. Cross-Currents, p. 221.

[102] Ibid, p. 215.

[103] Richard Halworth Rovere. Sen. Joe McCarthy (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996), p. 112.

[104] Forster & Epstein. Cross-Currents, p. 211.

[105] R. Benewick. Political Violence and Public Order (London: Allan Lane, 1969), p. 117

[106] Coogan. Dreamer of the Day, p. 237.

[107] Ibid., p. 262.

[108] Coogan. Dreamer of the Day, p. 443.

[109] Ibid.

[110] Thompson interview with Keith Stimley.

[111] H.K. Thompson. “Some recollections on James Madole prepared for Kerry Bolton 8/95”; cited in Kerry Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.” Inconvenient History, 6(2), 2014.

[112] Bolton. “H. Keith Thompson Jr.”

[113] Chris Mathews. Modern Satanism: Anatomy of a Radical Subculture (Westport CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2009), p. 82.

[114] Goodrick-Clarke. The Occult Roots of Nazism, p. 81.

[115] Tani Jantsang. “Did I Ever Meet Anton Lavey?” Renaissance88 (November 9. 2012). Retrieved from https://renaissance88.wordpress.com/2012/11/09/did-i-ever-meet-anton-lavey-tani-jantsang-relates-her-meeting-with-anton-lavey-2/

[116] Stuart Husband. “Pamela Harriman: Of Vice and Men.” The Rake. Retrieved from https://therake.com/stories/icons/pamela-harriman-of-vice-and-men/

[117] Lazar. Eustace Mullins and the Conspiratorial Extreme Right.

[118] Coogan. Dreamer of the Day, p. 458.

[119] Aaron Latham. “Politics and the CIA—Was Angleton Spooked by State?” New York Magazine (March 10, 1975).

[120] Lazar. Eustace Mullins and the Conspiratorial Extreme Right.

[121] FBI HQ file 105-15727, #42; 6/2/59 memo from A. Rosen to J. Edgar Hoover

[122] Coogan. Dreamer of the Day, p. 458.

[123] Goodrick-Clarke. The Occult Roots of Nazism, p. 83.

[124] Chris Mathews. Modern Satanism: Anatomy of a Radical Subculture (Westport CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2009), p. 83


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