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Eve Arnold -  George Lincoln  Rockwell, flanked by members of his American Nazi Party, listening to Malcolm X’s speech to black Muslims at the International Amphitheater in Chicago, 1962

Eve Arnold photo: George Lincoln Rockwell flanked by members of the American Nazi Party at Black Muslim meeting, 1961

American Nazi Party Parade Before the NAACP Headquarters in Washington DC - Jet Magazine, July 9, 1964

American Nazi Party Parade Before the NAACP Headquarters in Washington DC - Jet Magazine, July 1964 . Today these people call themselves Tea Party Patriots.

American Nazi: The Life of George Lincoln Rockwell

American Nazi: The Life of George Lincoln Rockwell

Assassination of George Lincoln Rockwell founder of the American Nazi Party by former party member John Patler.

American Nazi lobbyist John Taylor Bowles ~ The American Nazi Party has apparently registered its own lobbyist on Capitol Hill, 2008 National Socialist Movement presidential candidate John Taylor Bowles.    U.S. News found the PDF document— which shows that Bowles registered with the Clerk of the House as a lobbyist on Tuesday—on LegisStorm. -   http://mit.zenfs.com/911/2012/04/legistorm2.pdf

Nazis get their own lobbyist on Capitol Hill

American Nazi lobbyist John Taylor Bowles ~ The American Nazi Party has apparently registered its own lobbyist on Capitol Hill, 2008 National Socialist Movement presidential candidate John Taylor Bowles.

George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi party, was known as the 'American Hitler'. He was shot and killed by a sniper at a shopping center in Arlington, Virginia on August 25, 1967.

George Lincoln Rockwell, leader of the American Nazi party, was known as the 'American Hitler'. He was shot and killed by a sniper at a shopping center in Arlington, Virginia on August He lived in Arlington while I was in high school.

Video: Dr. Martin Luther King vs Malcom X. I wanted to share this little video clip with you because it highlights how two people who want the same thing, couldn't be more different in their approach of how to achieve it.

Martin Luther King and Malcolm X Debate Martin Luther King's stand was protest and civil disobedience. Malcolm X in this debate, is less tolerant of Dr. King's methodology and we can see from this debate the growth of the "Black Power Movement"

Once "freed", many of the former slaves and their children had no where to go. These are the houses built mostly during the "Slave Years" --- before the Civil War, and Lincoln's "Emancipation Proclamation" .

Once "freed", many of the slave families had no where to go. These are the houses built during the slave years before the Civil War

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Old Pics Archive · American Nazi Party leader George Lincoln Rockwell confronting Martin Luther King Jr.

George Lincoln Rockwell, center, self-styled leader of the American Nazi Party, and his "hate bus" with several young men wearing swastika arm bands, stops for gas in Montgomery, Alabama, on May 23, 1961, en route to Mobile, Alabama.

LINCOLN ROCKWELL’S HATE BUS “George Lincoln Rockwell, center, self-styled leader of the American Nazi Party, and his “hate bus” with several young men wearing swastika arm bands, stops for gas in.

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