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American swastika

A study of the connections between Americans and Nazis from the 1930s until after World War II. "Documents the covert activities of Nazi collaborators in the Senate and in the hierarchy of the Catholic Church... the protection of Nazi mass murderers by members of the Roosevelt and other administrations." Father Coughlin and Senator Burton K. Wheeler, leader of the America First movement which opposed U.S. intervention in World War II, were supported financially and politically by Germany. Many Americans accepted the identification of Jews with communism, viewed as a greater evil than Nazism. Describes activities of the German American Bund. (From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism)
Print Book, English, 1985
Doubleday, Garden City, N.Y., 1985
xxvii, 332 pages ; 22 cm
9780385178747, 0385178743
Origins : the Bund
The Nazis and America first
The White book
The Kennedy connection
The Capitol Hill conspiracy
Close-up on sedition
The father of the little flower
The plot to kill the President
The attempt to kill the King and Queen of England
The White Russian Nazis
The theft of the Victory Program
The Pearl Harbor plans
The Windson plot
The Sphinx of Sweden
The man who used Cary Grant
The Schellenberg conspiracy
Into the Cold War
The Romanian connection : Richard Nixon's partner
The Romanian connection : the bishop of hell
The Romanian connection : the baron of Silicon Valley
The Skorzeny plot
A Nazi in the Pentagon
Postwar activism
The sixties Führer
The road to Barbie