64 Neo-Nazis

In the 1970s new versions of the anti-capitalist traits shared by fascism and National Socialism, especially during their early years, surfaced in new formats in neo-Nazi youth groups in Germany in particular. The consequences of what later came to be known as ‘globalization,’ made visible by the presence of large groups of migrants, often led to violent counter-movements, invoking National Socialist arguments. The IISH acquired a large collection of material (much of it prohibited), thanks to a leading participant in neo-Nazi activities who broke with this movement.

SS-Rassenkunde und Richtlinien zur Gattenwahl

SS-Rassenkunde und Richtlinien zur Gattenwahl
Lincoln: NSDAP/AO, 1991
Pamphlet, 15 x 23

Date: 
1991
Number: 
64

Location

Lincoln
United States