In 1939, the German American Bund organized a rally of 20,000 Nazi supporters at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Marshall Curry has compiled footage of the event in A Night at the Garden. “The first thing that struck me was that an event like this could happen in the heart of New York City,” Curry tells The … Continue reading "A Night At The Garden: Incredible Footage Of The American Nazi Rally In New York – February 20 1939"

In 1939, the German American Bund organized a rally of 20,000 Nazi supporters at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Marshall Curry has compiled footage of the event in A Night at the Garden. “The first thing that struck me was that an event like this could happen in the heart of New York City,” Curry tells The … Continue reading "A Night At The Garden: Incredible Footage Of The American Nazi Rally In New York – February 20 1939"

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

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

American Nazis in the 1930s. 20,000 attend a German American Bund Rally at New York’s Madison Square Garden on February 20, 1939.

American Nazis in the 1930s. 20,000 attend a German American Bund Rally at New York’s Madison Square Garden on February 20, 1939.

At the meeting of the German American bund held in Madison Square Garden, New York on Feb. 20, 1939,Fritz Kuhn, national leader of the Bund, uttered imprecations against the Jews. He was the concluding speaker in a Bund programme which was marked by violence, despite a police guard of hundreds. Fritz Kuhn, in full uniform of a storm trooper, delivering his bitter attack on the Jews, at the meeting of the German American Bund held in Madison Square Garden, New York on Feb. 20, 1939.

At the meeting of the German American bund held in Madison Square Garden, New York on Feb. 20, 1939,Fritz Kuhn, national leader of the Bund, uttered imprecations against the Jews. He was the concluding speaker in a Bund programme which was marked by violence, despite a police guard of hundreds. Fritz Kuhn, in full uniform of a storm trooper, delivering his bitter attack on the Jews, at the meeting of the German American Bund held in Madison Square Garden, New York on Feb. 20, 1939.

Nazism developed several theories concerning races. The Nazis claimed to scientifically measure a strict hierarchy of human race; the "master race" was said to be the most pure stock of the Aryan race, which was narrowly defined by the Nazis as being identical with the Nordic race, followed by other sub-races of the Aryan race.

Since World War II, the swastika is often associated with the flag of Nazi Germany and the Nazi Party in the Western world . Swastika - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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

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

German American Bund rally poster at Madison Square Garden, Feb

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)

American Nazis at Madison Square Garden 1939

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