German American Bund (American Nazi org.) parade on East 86th St., New York City, October 30, 1939.

German American Bund (American Nazis) parade on East St., New York City, October 1939

American Bund     The Failure of American Nazism: The German-American Bund’s Attempt to Create an American “Fifth Column”

American Bund The Failure of American Nazism: The German-American Bund’s Attempt to Create an American “Fifth Column”

GAB Rally Poster - German American Bund - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

German American Bund rally poster at Madison Square Garden, Feb

Miranda investigates American anti-Semitic fascist groups in CITY OF SECRETS. The most visible was the German American Bund, which was financed by the Nazi Party.

Official Website of Kelli Stanley - award-winning crime fiction author

Americans For Hitler.  On the eve of World War II, the German American Bund insisted the Nazi salute was as American as apple pie.

Americans For Hitler. On the eve of World War II, the German American Bund insisted the Nazi salute was as American as apple pie.

American Nazis in the 1930s—The German American Bund - The Atlantic

American Nazis in the 1930s—The German American Bund - The Atlantic

This 1934 picture features children between the ages of 8 and 16 as they perform a pro-Nazi drill at Camp Wille und Macht, a pro-Hitler youth camp located near Griggston, New Jersey. The camp is sponsored by Friends of the New Germany, later called the German American Bunds, and contains 200 boys from New York, Brooklyn, Buffalo and Philadelphia.

Hitler's Fifth Column In Photos: The Story Of The German American Bund And Fritz Julius Kuhn - Flashbak

Swastika Nation: Fritz Kuhn and the Rise and Fall of the German-American Bund

Swastika Nation: Fritz Kuhn and the Rise and Fall of the German-American Bund by Arnie Bern­stein is a non-ficiton book detail­ing the rise .

German American Bund parade on East 86th St. New York City October 30 1939 [2814x2820]

German American Bund parade on East St. New York City October 30 1939

Symbol of the German-American Bund.The German-American Bund was a nationwide organization of Americans founded in 1936 and led by Fritz Kuhn. The origins of the Bund began as early as 1924 as the 'Free Society of Teutonia' formed by National Socialist Fritz Gissibl after moving to Chicago, Illinois from Germany.

Symbol of the German-American Bund.The German-American Bund was a nationwide…

Field of Vision - A Night at the Garden [i.e., a night in 1939 at Madison Square Garden, New York City where a pro-Nazi rally was attended by 22,000 Americans.] When the German American Bund was established (Buffalo, 1936), German-American Fritz Kuhn was elected its leader. Initially an effective organizer and recruiter for the Bund, yet eventually he was exposed as an incompetent swindler and liar. (cont'd)

A Disturbing Film About the Night in 1939 When American Nazis Rallied in New York City

American Nazis in the 1930s—The German American Bund - The Atlantic

American Nazis in the 1930s—The German American Bund - The Atlantic

An anti-Nazi crowd rushed the bar entrance of the German-American Bund Hall in Union City, New Jersey, on October 2, 1938 where Fritz Kuhn, bunds-fuehrer, was to make a “victory” speech celebrating Hitler’s occupation of Czechoslovakia. Bund members, including one with a belt as weapon drove the protesters out, but the meeting was disrupted.

American Nazis in the 1930s—The German American Bund

In the United States, the German American Bund, an American Nazi organization, was formed in and soon grew to have tens of thousands of members.

American Nazis in the 1930s—The German American Bund - The Atlantic

American Nazis in the 1930s—The German American Bund - The Atlantic

American Nazis in the 1930sThe German American Bund (27 photos)

American Nazis in the 1930s—The German American Bund

American Nazis in the 1930sThe German American Bund (27 photos)

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