Item #11255 Stormer, Vol. 1, No. 1, Sept. 1977. Kar Herler, Margaret, Charlotte Reich, James Mason.

Stormer, Vol. 1, No. 1, Sept. 1977

San Francisco: National Socialist White People's Party, 1977. The inaugural issue of Stormer, the magazine of the National Socialist White Worker’s Party, which was founded by ex-American Nazi Party member Allen Vincent in 1976. Content for this issue includes an article by Siege author James Mason titled “The Movement Today,” in which he endorses Vincent, the NSWWP, and Stormer “as more of the best in the tradition of George Lincoln Rockwell” (p. 10). Mason had founded the National Socialist Movement in Ohio the year prior. Other articles by disgraced NSPA leader Frank Collin ironically titled, “The Ideal National Socialist” (Collin was outed as part-Jewish and convicted of child molestation in 1979) and NSDAP/AO founder Gerhard Lauck titled “Political Parties in America Today.” Also included is a section of newspaper clippings and commentary on the Galveston, TX, mayoral bid of NSWWP member Michael Ange, and media coverage of Allen Vincent and the NSWWP in the Bay Area.

Glossy, stapled wrappers (11” x 8 ½”), 16 p., illus. A Fine copy. All issues scarce both institutionally and in the trade. Item #11255

Price: $125.00