Presenting 'White Power,' the final and most potent work from George Lincoln Rockwell, the founder of the American Nazi Party. Building upon the philosophical foundations laid in his earlier book, 'This Time the World,' Rockwell synthesizes his political message into this compelling and thought-provoking volume. Despite its initial publication in 1966, the narrative retains a striking relevance and a capacity to provoke introspection among readers.
In 1958, Rockwell, then isolated and financially strained, audaciously hoisted the Swastika flag, marking the genesis of the first openly National Socialist organization post-World War II. With a flair for drama, well-orchestrated publicity stunts, and the adoption of striking uniforms, Rockwell quickly drew global attention and cultivated a devoted following across America.
Rockwell's zenith was embodied in the commanding rally at Marquette Park in Chicago in August 1966, which drew a crowd of 3,000. As Rockwell began to surface as a considerable political force, his life was abruptly ended by an assassination in August 1967, just months after the initial publication of this book. 'White Power' stands as a testament to Rockwell's controversial vision and provides a remarkable glimpse into a complex period of American history.