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There once was a man who fought against Adolf Hitler. 

In 1940 he left college to join the US Navy, so he could fight and kill Germans and help destroy their Leader.  Starting out as an ordinary recruit, he rose through the ranks, eventually becoming a full naval commander.  Serving in two wars, he won nine decorations.

But when he returned to civilian life, something didn't seem quite right.  All the horror stories and comic-book images of wartime propaganda just didn't add up.  The countries he thought he had gone to war to save­­ hadn't been saved, but were now under the most brutal Communist dictatorship and repression.

He began to ask questions and seek answers.  One day he came upon a book which was to change his life forever.  He discovered that its message had been deliberately distorted and that he,­­ like millions of his fellow countrymen, had been lied to and tricked.  That book was written by the greatest anti-Communist of all time:  ADOLF HITLER.

At the same time, he found out who Hitler's enemies were­­ and why.  Far from being the evil, inhuman monster portrayed by Hollywood propaganda, he discovered someone who was, in fact, the most noble, honorable and farsighted figure of modern time.  He decided to become a part of this man's Cause.

And so in 1958, standing solemnly before a beautiful Swastika banner in his Arlington, Virginia, home, he pledged his life to the very man he had once fought to destroy.  Now, instead of fighting against him, he dedicated himself to fighting for Adolf Hitler and to spreading his message to white Aryan men and women everywhere. The man's name was—


Commander Rockwell (right) meeting British NS members, August 1962

Today, as we celebrate the 93rd anniversary of the birth of this great National Socialist pioneer, we invite every upstanding Aryan man and woman to pay him due honor by becoming part of this Movement, that great and wonderful Movement he restored when he raised anew the Banner of Adolf Hitler's Cause up out of the ashes of defeat.

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