This Time the World, George Lincoln Rockwell (Liverpool, W.Va: White Power Publications, 1979)
The Harry W. Mazal Holocaust Collection includes far-right hate literature, anti-Semitic tracts, and publications by conspiracy theorists. Among such works are publications by white supremacists and Nazi sympathizers, including This Time the World by George Lincoln Rockwell, the founder of the American Nazi party. After founding the party in 1959 and serving as the organization’s “Commander,” Rockwell was murdered in 1967 by John Patler, a member of Rockwell’s party who had been expelled a few months prior in a disagreement with Rockwell over party doctrine. In This Time the World, Rockwell narrates his life and his movement from being a U.S. Navy pilot in World War II to his support for National Socialism and Adolf Hitler. This volume may be of interest to scholars working on far-right extremism in the United States, and neo-Nazi movements worldwide.