Auteur: Coogan, Kevin
Titel: Dreamer of the day
Sub titel: Francis Parker Yockey and the postwar Fascist International
This astonishing biography (all 656 pages!) traces the clandestine career of one's man's life inside a John Le Carre-like story of very real-world espionage, conspiracy, and ruthless political intrigue. From his involvement in fascist groups like the Silver Shirts in the 1930s to his ties to Nazi spy networks both during and after World War II; his connection to German exile groups in Argentina and Egypt, his stormy relationship with both Oswald Mosley and Gerald L K Smith; his work for Senator Joseph McCarthy and his activity on behalf of the postwar Fascist International in Europe, the Mideast, and the Americas; from Holocaust denial to American Nazi leader George Lincoln Rockwell. This study is a treasure chamber for all those interested in the ideology of the heirs of fascism and Nazism in Europe and America, of National Bolshevism, Odinism, various occult sects of the extreme right, and the groups which tried to provide a synthesis between the extreme leftwing and far right thought.
1999, 644 pag., Euro 15,45
Autonomedia, New York, ISBN 1570270392
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