Arlington: American Nazi Party, 1967. First edition. One of the last issues of the American Nazi Party's magazine, which was edited and illustrated by John Patler, who would assassinate the party's founder, George Lincoln Rockwell, later the same year. The most significant feature of this issue is Patler's extended autobiographical profile, which Rockwell personally asked him to write. This is still one of the best sources concerning Patler's life that we have. Also includes, "The Untold Story of Benito Mussolini," with gruesome photographs of Mussolini and his mistress' battered corpses. Many scurrilously racist cartoons illustrated by Patler, as well as national and international scene reports on national socialist organizations.
Stapled wrappers (5 ¼” x 8 ”), pages printed in color on newsprint; 34 pp.; photographs, illustrations. Fine. Item #08235