Guide to the Keith Stimely Collection on Revisionist History and Neo-Fascist Movements
1957-1986

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Creator: Stimely, Keith, 1957-
Title: Keith Stimely collection on revisionist history and neo-Fascist movements
Dates: 1957-1986 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 28.0 linear feet (56 containers)
Collection Number: Coll 183
Summary: Collection comprises subject files, research files, and correspondence created by Keith Stimely in his research of revisionist historiography and journalism concerning the two world wars and their aftermaths, and in his research of American and European political movements in the 1970s and 1980s of neo-Fascist, neo-Nazi, racialist or anti-Zionist character.
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon, 97403-1299
(541) 346-3068
spcarref@uoregon.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Historical Note

Keith Stimely {1957-1992) received his B.S. degree in History from the University of Oregon in 1980. He has conducted his own researches into modern American and European political and intellectual movements since 1974, and from 1981-84 worked professionally as an editor and writer, specializing in problems of revisionist historiography relating to the two world wars. Stimely lived in Portland, Oregon and worked on a biography of Francis Parker Yockey. Stimely died on December 19, 1992.

Content Description

The Keith Stimely Collection, acquired June 1986, adds two important new dimensions to the Conservative and Libertarian holdings of the University of Oregon Library, indeed to the extant holdings in the field anywhere: (1) it updates into the mid-1980s the record of the ongoing historiographical and journalistic tradition of "Revisionism" relating to the two world wars and their aftermaths; and (2) it provides a comprehensive overview of 1970s-80s American and European political movements of an explicit or implicit Neo-Fascist/Neo--Nazi/Racialist/Anti-Zionist character. {There is also some material on mainstream conservatism, on libertarianism, and on opponents of "the Right.") Some 200 different organizations, publications, and personalities are represented in this part of the collection.

In the field of revisionist history, collections maintained at such other institutions as the University of Wyoming, the Hoover Presidential Library, and the Hoover Institution for the most part "end" during, variously, the 1940s, '50s, '60s, or early 70s. The Stimely Collection represents the first significant public archival holding of revisionist history materials, and the record of their controversies, as these continued to develop from the mid-1970s into the '80s. This period has seen something of a "renaissance" of interest and work in revisionism, anticipated and heralded in some respects by the emergence into its own during the Vietnam War of a vocal and prolific "New Left" school of Cold War revisionism. Concomitant with and after the Vietnam debacle, attempting to construct the implications and lessons thereof, a reawakening of interest in Isolationism/Noninterventionism, both as a present political alternative and as a political and historiographical tradition, manifested itself in circles including but not restricted to those of the New Left. In scholarly terms, this new interest in isolationism and revisionism was represented in the 1970s historical studies of such as Justus Doenecke, Ronald Radosh, Michelle Flynn Stenehjem, Bruce M. Russett, Bruce Bartlett, Joseph Giess, Lloyd C. Gardner, Leonard P. Liggio, James J. Martin, Thomas G. Paterson, and Les K. Adler. These writers ranged themselves in ideological hues and backgrounds from radical-left to libertarian to conservative to liberal. Their treatments taken together reflected a range of concerns and approaches: the domestic impact and economic effects of American globalism, the direct impact of that globalism on American foreign standing itself, economic motivations for globalism, the precedents set in foreign policy conducted by Presidential prerogative, the relationship between a globalist foreign policy and domestic political calculations. Critically "reading back" the lessons of Vietnam, or of the Cold War generally, into the policies of Presidents Roosevelt and Truman, the 1970s revisionists were in effect re-stating concerns that had occupied an earlier generation of American scholars -- the World War II revisionists led by Harry Elmer Barnes, among whose number were counted Charles A. Beard, Charles Callan Tansill, William Henry Chamberlin, Frederic R. Sanborn, George Morgenstern, John T. Flynn, Francis Neilson, Richard N. Current, George Lundberg, and Percy L. Greaves. If the Barnesian brand of revisionism on World War II could be called the "Old" revisionism, and the New Left Cold War treatments of the 1960s could be called the "New" revisionism, then the 1970s succession of the latter by a scattered school expressing generally frank and appreciative acknowledgment of its intellectual roots in the former (roots the New Leftists for the most part shied away from claiming, or of which in some cases they were perhaps even ignorant) might be called the "New Old" revisionism.

With the turn of the 1970s, "New Old" currents were running swifter both ways -- that is: new faces in revisionism were treating explicitly and in depth, often to the accompaniment of massive publicity, areas of World War II and postwar history that seemingly represented a rather abrupt and bold radicalization and extension of previous lines of inquiry. The "radical" aspect was manifest not only in the particular treatments of subjects, but by very virtue of certain of the subjects treated themselves. Extending the scope of research and discussion far beyond diplomatic history and foreign relations -- far beyond America's role in the war and in postwar world affairs -- and with its ranks hardly or even mainly limited now to American researchers, this yet-"newer" revisionism might have seemed so new as to be a virtual thing-in-itself. In fact, it did represent a logical and inevitable progression from the "Old" World War II revisionism of the Harry Elmer Barnes school, for the issues had first been raised by that school, albeit for the most part obliquely and hesitantly, with the greatest part of the discussion of the "within ranks" type. Even for such an iconoclastic, controversy-welcoming school as that of the Barnesian revisionists, certain areas of World War II inquiry remained, in the 1950s and '60s, basically "too hot to handle" with anything but the greatest care and discretion. Doing their cautious best in their day to lay the essential groundwork, Harry Elmer Barnes and his colleagues in historiography believed that the time would come when the subsiding of contemporary passions about World War II would allow certain things to be explored and discussed much more openly.

So it came. Coalescing around 1980, but beginning in the mid-to-late 1970s with developments remarkable in that they were contemporaneous but ssentially independent of one another, a host of scholars in Europe and America, followed on closely by partisan publicists both supportive and denunciatory, set to producing various bodies of work the net and combined effect of which was to suggest a complete toppling of standard views of Hitler and the Third Reich, the Second World War, indeed the "Era of Fascism" generally. It is this body of work that the Stimely Collection highlights. The "Holocaust" controversy--the question of precisely what the National Socialist government's "Final Solution" was (and was not), how that policy coalesced and was implemented, by whom and with what successes or failures, and to what extent it has been mythologized and distorted in both contemporaneous and historical treatments--looms large in the ongoing revisionist wave, and in this collection. The work on this and related subjects conducted concomitantly in France (Prof. Robert Faurisson and his circle, following the founding lead of the late Prof. Paul Rassinier), England (David Irving and other revisionist writers), West Germany (the "functionalist" versus "intentionalist" debate among mainstream historians, and the more radical revisionary themes of right-wing authors and publishing houses), Sweden (Ditlieb Felderer), the Soviet Union (the routine denial that the alleged extermination policy singled out Jews in particular, and the more recent emergence of a school challenging the numbers of Jewish dead involved), Canada (the activities of publicist Ernst Zundel and others), and the United States (the work of several researchers, and the establishment of the Institute for Historical Review)--all these are represented in the Stimely Collection, including virtually every significant piece of material, scholarly or journalistic, that helped to generate, or was generated by, this controversy. This is in addition to important unpublished material providing inside-looks at how the contemporary revisionists have developed, refined, and publicized their views on this as well as a variety of other historical issues relating to the Second World War. The "inside" aspect of the collection makes it especially valuable to posterity as a record for researchers in historiography. The donor, a 1980 alumnus of the University of Oregon, was associated with the Institute for Historical Review for several years, two of them as editor of its quarterly publication, the Journal of Historical Review. Mr. Stimely's central position with its responsibilities and lines of communication placed him at the organizational/correspondential/publicational center of a loose world-wide movement that sought not only to represent and revitalize the long tradition of world wars revisionism, but to extend the traditional areas of research focus much further than they had ever gone.

Strongest in these areas, the collection is, however, hardly limited in scope to the "Holocaust" controversy or immediately-related issues, or to the general manifestations of revisionist activity in the last several years. There is much material on the earlier World War II revisionists and their broad tradition. Although this material is for the most part secondary--some of the exceptions are significant--and in no way approaches the depth of that found in individual collections kept elsewhere, it serves as a convenient, all-in-one-place introduction or overall-look for the student or professional researcher to four decades of issues in revisionist historiography, and to the activities in that field of such men as Harry Elmer Barnes, Charles A. Beard, Paul Rassinier, Charles Callan Tansill, David L. Hoggan, Percy L. Greaves, F.J.P. Veale, James J. Martin, and others. In breadth and categorization accessibility, if not in depth, this part of the collection represents a significant new "plus" in archival holdings of this kind.

Note: A complete set of the quarterly Journal of Historical Review, published by the Institute for Historical Review, is in the University Main Library, call number D1.J587. Bound back issues are in the main stacks, second floor; current issues are in the Periodical Reading Room, first floor.

Note: The designation "Research File" indicates, in the cases of Subject Files dealing with persons, copies of published or unpublished articles/reviews by/about the subject, bibliographies, brochures, advertisements, miscellaneous clippings, and the like.

Note: Files marked SEALED are inaccessible for a period of 35 years. The seal may be lifted in the interim only by the donor.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Restrictions on Use :  

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], Keith Stimely Collection, Coll 183, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

  • Series I. Revisionist history and historiography
  • Series I, Subseries A. Institutional files
  • Series I, Subseries B. Subject files - Persons
  • Series I. Subseries C. Subject files - Historical issues
  • Series II. Neo-Fascist movements
  • Series II, Subseries A. Research files - Organizations and publications
  • Series II, Subseries B. Correspondences (sealed)

Processing Note :  

Collection processed by staff.

This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Inventory

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Series I:  Revisionist history and historiography
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Subseries A: Institutional Files
Institute for Historical Review
Box
Folder
1 2 IHR Newsletter, complete run 1980-1986 1980-1986
1 3 Propaganda releases/advertisements
1 4 Press reactions, clippings file
1 5 Correspondence with Keith Stimely 1979-1985
2 1 Willis Carto File I - Correspondence and memoranda 1979-1985
2 2 Willis Carto File II - Articles & documentation about Carto and his enterprises
2 3 Willis Carto File III - Keith Stimely memorandum on resignation: "The Problem of W.A. Carto"
2 4 Miscellaneous editor's correspondence received I
2 5 Miscellaneous editor's correspondence received II
2 6 IHR Newsletter: drafts, unused material
2 7 1981 Revisionist Bibliography, - Pre-publication file
3 Journal of Historical Review: Pre-publication file for special large issue of winter 1984 (Vol. V, no. 2/3/4): manuscripts, planning, correspondences
4 International Revisionist Conference audio tapes: complete run - Conference I-VII, 1979-86 (60 tapes) 1979-1986
Institute for Historical Review/Noontide Press
Box
Folder
5 1 Manuscripts received I
5 2 Manuscripts received II
Noontide Press
Box
Folder
5 3 Book catalogs/advertisements
Historical Review Press
Box
Folder
5 4 Book catalogs/advertisements
Revisionist Press
Box
Folder
5 5 Correspondence/book catalogs/advertisements
Ralph Myles Publisher
Box
Folder
5 6 Book catalogs/advertisements
R. James Bender Publishing
Box
Folder
5 7 Book catalogs/advertisements
Taboe
Box
Folder
6 1 Back issues file
New Libertarian
Box
Folder
6 2 Back issues file
Memory Hole
Box
Folder
6 3 Back issues file
Smith's Journal
Box
Folder
6 4 Back issues file
Prima Facie
Box
Folder
6 5 Back issues file
Independent Research
Box
Folder
6 6 Materials and clippings file
Truth Missions
David McCalden Revisionist Newsletter
Box
Folder
6 7 Nos. 1-20
6 8 Nos. 21-40
6 9 Nos. 41-60
Box
Folder
6 10 Revisionist Reprints
7 1 Propaganda releases/advertisements/clippings
7 2 David McCalden correspondence 1979-1985
Box
Folder
7 3 David McCalden "Black" file
7 3 Charles Weber/IHR Affair
Box
Folder
7 4 Keith Stimely correspondence
7 5 Lutton correspondence
7 6 Francis correspondence
7 7 Oliver correspondence
8 1 Butz correspondence
8 2 Martin/M. Weber correspondence
8 3 Staeglich manuscript & correspondence
8 4 White Paper (Propaedeutic) on Charles Weber
8 5 Charles Weber's correspondence with IHR
8 6 Articles, miscellaneous
Committee for the Re-examination of the History of the Second World War
Box
Folder
8 7 Bulletins
Subseries B: Subject Files - Persons
App, Austin J.
Box
Folder
8 8 Correspondence
8 8 Research file (includes Boniface Press)
Barnes, Harry Elmer
Box
Folder
8 9 Research file (includes several letters 1950s)
8 10 Guide to Barnes Collection, University of Wyoming
Beard, Charles A.
Box
Folder
8 11 Research file
Belgian, Montgomery
Box
Folder
9 1 Research file (includes 2 letters 1960s)
Bennett, John
Box
Folder
9 2 Correspondence
9 2 Research file
Berg, Friedrich
Box
Folder
9 3 Correspondence
9 3 Research file
Buchner, Reinhard
Box
Folder
9 4 Correspondence
9 5 Research file
Butz, Arthur R.
Box
Folder
9 5 Correspondence
9 5 Correspondence
Chamberlin, William Henry
Box
Folder
9 6 Research file (includes 1 letter 1959)
Dennis, Lawrence
Box
Folder
9 7 Research file
Faurisson, Robert
Box
Folder
10 2 Correspondence
10 1 Research notes and materials
10 2 Published writings in English, French, and Italian
10 3 Articles about Faurisson
10 4 Faurisson on the Holocaust: Publication planning file
10 5 A Challenge to David Irving: Pre-publication file
Felderer, Ditlieb
Box
Folder
11 1 Correspondence
11 1 Research notes and material
11 2 RH bulletins - Back issues file
Greaves, Percy L.
Box
Folder
11 3 Correspondence
11 4 Research file
Hiles, Charles C.
Box
Folder
11 5-6 Guide to Hiles Collection, University of Wyoming
Hoggan, David L.
Box
Folder
12 1 Research file (includes Harry Elmer Barnes correspondence}
12 1 When Peaceful Revision Failed: The Origins of World War II (unpublished Devin-Adair book)
Box
Folder
12 2 Complete galley proofs (photocopied) - First part
12 3 Complete galley proofs (photocopied) - Second part
12 4 Notes, bibliographies, appendices in manuscript
Huddleston, Sisley
Box
Folder
13 1 Research file
Hughes, Emrys
Box
Folder
13 2 Research file
Irving, David
Box
Folder
13 3 Research file
Keegstra, James
Box
Folder
13 4 Research file
Kent, Tyler
Box
Folder
13 5 Correspondence
13 6 Original manuscript, 1982 autobiographical article
13 7 Research file
Kimmel, Husband E.
Box
Folder
13 8 Guide to Kimmel Collection, University of Wyoming
Martin, James J.
Box
Folder
14 1 Correspondence I (SEALED)
14 2 Correspondence II (SEALED)
14 3 Correspondence III (SEALED)
Morgenstern, George
Box
Folder
14 5 Guide to Morgenstern Collection, University of Wyoming
Neilson, Francis
Box
Folder
14 6 Research file
Neumann, William L.
Box
Folder
14 7 Guide to Neumann Collection, University of Wyoming
Oliver, Revilo P.
Box
Folder
15 1 Correspondence (SEALED)
15 1 Research file (SEALED)
Peel, Peter
Box
Folder
15 2 Correspondence (SEALED)
15 2 Research file (SEALED)
Rassinier, Paul
Box
Folder
15 3 Research file
Rollins, L.A.
Box
Folder
15 4 Correspondence (SEALED)
15 4 Research file (SEALED)
Safford, Laurance
Box
Folder
15 5 Correspondence
15 5 Research file
Sanborn, Frederic R.
Box
Folder
15 6 Research file
Skidelsky, Robert
Box
Folder
15 7 Research file
Stimely, Keith
Box
Folder
15 8 Research file
Tansill, Charles C.
Box
Folder
15 9 Guide to Tansill Collection, Hoover Presidential Library
Taylor, A.J.P.
Box
Folder
15 10 Research file
Thompson, H. Keith
Box
Folder
16 1 Guide to Thompson Collection, Hoover Institution
Veale, F.J.P.
Box
Folder
16 2 Original unpublished manuscript, Guilt & Repentance: The Key Problem of Our Time
16 2 Research file
Villari, Luigi
Box
Folder
16 3 Research file (includes several letters 1950s)
Weber, Mark E.
Box
Folder
16 4 Correspondence I (SEALED)
16 6 Correspondence II (SEALED)
16 6 Correspondence with others (SEALED)
17 1 Research file
Whisker, James
Box
Folder
17 2 Correspondence (SEALED)
17 2 Research file (SEALED)
Unpublished book compilation, Readings on Fascism
Zundel, Ernst
Box
Folder
17 4 Correspondence
17 5 Propaganda releases/advertisements/articles
17 6 Trial reportage 1984-1985
Subseries C: Subject Files - Historical Issues
Revisionism of World War I and World War II
Box
Folder
18 1 General & bibliographical
Revisionism of the Cold War
Box
Folder
18 2 General & bibliographical
Origins of World War I
Box
Folder
18 3 Research file
Origins of World War II
Box
Folder
18 4 Research file
18 5 Unpublished book manuscript by W.K. von Uhlenhorst Ziechmann, Versailles. the Corridor, and its Aftermath, 1919-1939
Appeasement
Box
Folder
18 6 Research file
The "German Problem"
Box
Folder
19 1 Research file
West German Revisionism
Box
Folder
19 2 Research file (includes Grabert Verlag, Druffel Verlag, Verlag K.W. Schute, etc.)
FDR and World War II
Box
Folder
19 3 General research file
Pearl Harbor
Box
Folder
19 4 Research file (Barnes, Hiles, Martin, Kimmel, Leib, etc. items)
20 1 Research file (Prange, Lewin, Toland, Layton, Costello items)
Unpublished book manuscript by Percy L. Greaves, The Real Infamy of Pearl Harbor
Box
Folder
20 2 First part
20 3 Final part
World War II, Pacific and Far East
Box
Folder
20 4 General research file
World War II, military and intelligence aspects
Box
Folder
20 5 General research file
World War II, Operation Citadel/Kursk
Box
Folder
21 3 Lee Edwards' master's thesis
World War II, Allied war crimes against Germany
Box
Folder
21 2 Documentation file I
21 3 Documentation file II
American Committee on History of the Second World War
Box
Folder
21 4 General information
Holocaust revisionism
Box
Folder
22 1 General and bibliographical
22 2 Reviews and reactions
22 3 "Functionalist"/Intentionalist" debate
Allied, Jewish, Zionist, Vatican responses
Box
Folder
20 2 Research file
20 2 Survivors - Research file
General and miscellaneous
Box
Folder
23 1 Research file I
23 2 Research file II
Bitburg Hysteria
Box
Folder
23 3 Research file
Nuremberg and other war crimes trials
Box
Folder
23 4 Research file
War criminals controversy
Box
Folder
23 5 Research file I
24 1 Research file II
24 2 Research file III
Simon Wiesenthal
Box
Folder
24 3 Research file
Simon Wiesenthal Center
Box
Folder
24 4 Research file
Jewish Defense League/Organization
Box
Folder
25 1 Research file
Israel/Zionism/Jews
Box
Folder
25 2 Miscellaneous research file
U.S.S. Liberty attack
Box
Folder
25 3 Research file
German cinema and music, 1933-1945
Box
Folder
25 4 Research file
Third Reich and Hitler
Box
Folder
25 5 General/miscellaneous research file
Hitler "Diaries" fraud, 1983
Box
26 Research file
Fascism, general
Box
Folder
27 1 Research/bibliographic file
Fascism, England/Mosley
Box
Folder
27 2 Research/bibliographic file
Fascism, France/Nouvelle Droit
Box
Folder
27 3 Research file
Right-wing extremism, contemporary Europe
Box
Folder
27 4 Research file
Right-wing extremism, contemporary USA
Box
Folder
27 5 Research file
New Right and Conservatism, USA
Box
Folder
27 6 Research file
Neo-conservatism, USA
Box
Folder
27 7 Research file
Neo-populism, USA
Box
Folder
27 8 Research file
Soviet Union and Marxism
Box
Folder
Research file
Psychology, revisionist/anti-Freudian
Box
Folder
28 2 Research file
Race and sociobiology
Box
Folder
28 3 Research file
Race and intelligence
Box
Folder
28 4-5 Research file - Shockley material
Political/social/cultural/intellectual history
Box
Folder
28 6 Miscellaneous research file
Tesch
Box
Separate box Proceedings of a military court for the trial of war criminals held at the War Crimes Court, Curiohaus, Hamburg, on Friday 1st March 1946 upon the trial of Bruno Tesch, Joachim Drosihn and Karl Weinbacher. Complete transcript (417 pp.) of the trial proceedings - British P/R/O

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Series II:  Neo-Fascist Movements
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Subseries A: Research Files - Organizations and Publications
Box
Folder
29 1 Action (Mosley movement) 1981
29 2 America First, Inc.
29 3 America First Committee (Milwaukee)
29 4 American Council for Judaism
29 5 American Eugenics Party
29 6 American Immigration Control Foundation
29 7 American Alternatives to Zionism I
29 8 American Alternatives to Zionism II
29 9 American Alternatives to Zionism III
29 10 American Alternatives to Zionism IV
30 1 American Majority Party
30 2 American Mercury/Washington Observer 1978-1979
30 3 American National Socialist Party
30 4 American Nazi Party 1960s
30 5 American White Nationalist Party
30 6 Americans for Middle East Understanding
30 7 America's Promise
30 8 Amerigarland Association
30 9 Angriff Press
31 1 Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
31 2 Appalachian Forum
31 3 Arab Information Center
31 4 Arlington House Publishers
31 5 Arno Breker Society
31 6 Aryan Nation
31 7 Asatru Free Assembly
31 8 Asatruaratal
31 9 Attack! 1969-1975
31 10 Baltic Sea Foundation
31 11 Beacon 1977
32 1 Body & Mind 1976-1977
32 2 Brave America Newsletter 1983
32 3 British Patriot Publications
32 4 Britons Publishing Company
32 5 Carlson for Congress campaigns
32 6 Caxton Printers
CDL REPORT
Box
Folder
32 7 1980-1983
32 8 1985
32 9 1986
33 1 Cedade 1977-1982
33 2 Censored 1980
33 3 Centro Studi Evoliana
33 4 Christian Book Club/Omni Publications
33 5 Christian Defense League
33 6 Christian Patriots Defense League
Christian Vanguard
Box
Folder
33 7 1975-1978
33 8 1979
34 2 Church of the Creator
34 3 Citizens' Council of America
34 4 Citizens for Immigration Reform
34 5 Combat 1982
34 6 Committee of Ten Million
34 7 Common Sense 1971
34 8 Confraternity of Deists
34 9 Conservative Book Club Bulletin 1984-1986
34 10 Conservatives for Immigration Reform
34 11 Cosmotheist Community
34 12 Councilor 1979
34 13 Courrier du Continent 1982
34 14 Cross & the Flag 1976
34 15 Deep Backgrounder 1982
34 16 Daguello Report
34 17 Destiny Publishers
35 1 Devin-Adair Publishers
35 2 Drama Circle
35 3 Duck Club
35 4 Eidgenos 1983
35 5 Eugenics Special Interest Group
35 6 Euro-American Alliance
35 7 Europaische Neu-Ordnung
35 8 European 1983
35 9 Falangist Party of America
35 10 Fellowship Press
35 11 Fight the Riqht 1984
35 12 First National Directory of Rightest Groups
35 13 Foundation to Defend the First Amendment
35 14 German-American Political Action Committee
35 15 Gallerhorn Book Service (Odinist)
35 16 Globescan 1983
35 17 Heritage & Destiny 1982-1983
35 18 Holy Southern Church (Odinist)
35 19 Howard Allen Enterprises
35 Ideario 1983
Insaturation
Box
Folder
35 21 "Best of" bound volumes 1976 & 1977
36 1 1976
36 2 1977
36 3 1978
36 4 1979
37 1-2 1980
37 3-4 1981
38 1 1982
38 2 1983
38 3 1984
39 1 1985
39 2 1986
39 3 Institute for American Research/Frontfighter
39 4 International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology & Eugenics
39 5 Invisible Empire Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
39 6 Jane's Book Service
39 7 Klanwatch Project
39 8 Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
40 1 Laissez-Faire Books
40 2 Larouche Organizations I
40 3 Larouche Organizations II
40 4 League Review 1978-1982
40 5 Lectures Francais 1973
40 6 Liberty Bell Publications
40 7 Liberty Lobby
41 1 Liberty Press/Liberty Classics
41 2 Loompanics Publishers
41 3 Ludendorff Study Group
41 4 Mail Out 1977-1981
41 5 Mankind Ouarterly/Journal of Social & Political Studies 1978
41 6 Middle East Perspective 1979-1984
41 7 Monetary Science Press
41 8 NAAWP News 1980-1983
41 9 Nachrichten Austausch Dienst 1983
42 1 National Alliance/National Youth Alliance
42 2 National Association for the Advancement of White People
42 3 National Christian News 1978
42 4 National Democratic Front
42 5 National Front
42 7 National Socialist 1982-1983
42 8 National Socialist League
42 9 National Socialist Liberation Front
43 1 National Socialist Party of America
43 2 National Socialist Review 1972
43 3 National Socialist Vanguard
National Socialist White Peoples' Party
Box
Folder
43 4 Bulletins & internal affairs
43 5 Propaganda releases/pamphlets
43 6 National Socialist White Power Movement
43 7 National Socialist White Workers' Party
43 8 National States' Rights Party
National Vanguard
Box
Folder
44 1 1978
44 2 1979
44 3 1980
44 4 1981-1982-1983
44 5 Nationalist Party of Canada
44 6 Naturei Karta of USA
45 1 Neu Anthropologie 1978
45 2 New Order 1979-1983
45 3 New Times 1984
45 4 Northern League
45 5 Northern Ring
45 6 Notre Europe 1982
45 7 NSDAP-AO
45 8 NS Kampfruf 1975-1980
45 9 Oakleaf Ventures
45 10 Odinist Fellowship
45 11 Orientations/Vouloir 1983-1985
46 1 Palestine Information Office
46 2 Perseverance 1983
46 3 Phoenix/Survivalist 1983
46 4 Potomac 1982
46 5 Racial Preservation Society
46 6 Repository for Germinal Choice
46 7 Right/Western Destiny 1960/1966
46 8 Right Report Directory
46 9 Runic Society
46 10 Scorpion 1983
46 11 SFAF
46 12 Sieq 1982
46 13 Sons of Liberty
46 14 Source 1983
46 15 South African Observer 1982
46 16 South African Patriot 1982
46 17 Southern National Party
46 18 Southern Sentinel Publications
46 19 Sovereign Press
Speak Out
Box
Folder
47 1 1979-1980
47 2 1980-1981
47 3 Spearhead 1982-1983
47 4 Special Office Brief 1984
47 5 Spengler Group/American Imperial Party
47 6 SS-Action Group
47 7 Statecraft 1969-1972
47 8 Steppingstone Press/Bibliophile Legion
47 9 Sunwheel Distributors
48 1 Sword of Christ/Truth Books
48 2 Task Force on Immigration Control
48 3 Tel Europa 1983
48 4 Teutonic Unity 1981-1983
Thunderbolt
Box
Folder
48 5 1974-1979
48 6 1980-1981
48 7 1982-1984
49 1 Trait d'Union 1972
49 2 Treason Series 1971
49 3 Truth Seeker 1978-1980
49 4 United Kingdom of Arya
49 5 United Klans of America
49 6 Viking House Books
49 7 Vikingstaff 1982
49 8 Viking Youth
49 9 Voice of German Americans 1977-1980
49 10 Werner von Braun University Foundation
49 11 Western Guard Universal
49 12 Western Guardian 1980
49 13 Western Islands/American Opinion Books
49 14 White Knight 1985
49 15 White Patriot Party
49 16 White Peoples' Committee to Restore God's Laws
White Power
Box
Folder
49 17 1969-1973
50 1 1974
50 2 1975-1979
50 2 1980-1983
50 4 White Power Movement/ White Power Report 1978
50 5 White Student 1979
50 6 White Student Union
50 7 Wilcox Directories & Bibliographies
51 1 Wilcox Directories & Bibliographies
51 2 W.I.S.E. (Welsh/Irish/Scots/English) Association
51 3 World Union of National Socialists
51 4 WUN Enterprises
51 5 Youth Action
Subseries B: Correspondences (ALL SEALED)
Box
Folder
52 1 Barrett, Hamilton
52 2 Barry, Donald
52 3 Blake, Jacque
52 4 Blake, Jacque - Correspondence with Conservative leaders
52 5 Borra, Ranjan
52 6 Forman, Frank
52 7 Francis, Thomas
52 8 Gannon, Dennis
52 9 Grimstad, William
53 1 Hardesty, Michael
53 2 Hoehler, Richard
53 3 Jordan, Colin
53 4 Kerr, Martin
53 5 Kester, Marian
53 6 Klassen, Ben
53 7 Koehl, Matthias
53 8 Lenski, Robert
53 9 MacLeod, Wayne
53 10 McLaughlin, Michael
53 11 Merrihew, Noel
54 1 Pierce, William L.
54 2 Robertson, Wilmot
54 3 Shaw, Robert
54 4 Sheenhan, Margo
54 5 Simpson, William Gayley
54 6 Steuckers, Robert
54 7 Sutter, Leslie
54 8 Svensson, Eric & Carney, Elliot
54 9 Tyndall, John
54 10 Warner, James K.
54 11 Williams, Robert
54 12 Miscellaneous correspondence
55-56 Sealed files from Series IB. Revisionist History & Historiography. Subject Files - Persons
Indicators are placed within those boxes, where the files would properly belong, noting that they are removed and under seal in these boxes 55 & 56. Upon release of any sealed files, they will be placed back in their respectively appropriate boxes, as per this catalog.

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Stimely, Keith, 1957---Correspondence
  • Corporate Names :
  • Institute for Historical Review (U.S.)
  • Geographical Names :
  • United States--History--1901-1953--Historiography
  • Subject Terms :
  • Fascism--Europe--History--20th century
  • Fascism--United States--History--20th century
  • History--Errors, inventions, etc.--Periodicals
  • Holocaust denial
  • Holocaust denial literature
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)--Historiography
  • Neo-Nazism--Europe--History--20th century
  • Neo-Nazism--United States--History--20th century

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