This is the autobiography of Commander George Lincoln Rockwell, founder of the American Nazi Party, written in 1959.
Rockwell was a Ivy League-educated graphic designer and WWII veteran who, after coming home and witnessing the massive amounts of communist subversion taking place in the US, decided that he had fought on the wrong side during the conflict that tore Europe to shreds.
For eight years up until his death in 1967, Rockwell wrote, rallied, and agitated like none before and none since. His lectures, debates, and interviews are all worth a listen, and can be found on YouTube when the thought police aren’t running around deleting them per YouTube’s European-style (((hate speech))) policy.
He was also interviewed by Alex Haley for Playboy Magazine in 1966 – a meeting which was portrayed in the famously horrible TV Mini-Series sequel to Roots titled Roots: The Next Generations. The part of Haley was played by Darth Vader, errr….. I mean James Earl Jones and Rockwell by Marlon Brando. The hilariously cheesy clip can be found here.
Click here for a free .pdf download of This Time The World by George Lincoln Rockwell