ROCKWELL, George Lincoln
This Time the World
Glendale: Parliament House, 1963. Second Edition. Scarce self-published autobiography of George Lincoln Rockwell (1918-1967), founder and first Fuehrer of the American Nazi Party. In addition to covering the high points of his life, the author here lays out his plans for putting a permanent end to "Jew-treason and race-mixing." Rockwell, strongly influenced by Joseph McCarthy, drifted into far-right politics following a successful naval career in WWII. He was assassinated in 1967, reputedly by a former follower. The first two editions of This Time The World were hand-assembled by Rockwell and his associates in batches of no more than a few hundred copies; as they were printed and bound using materials comparable in quality to the ideas contained in them, very few of these early printings have survived. SINGERMAN 1059. Octavo (22cm). Original cloth-covered boards; 440pp; illus. Second, slightly expanded edition. No dustjacket (as issued). A quite presentable copy of this cheaply-produced book. Text tanned, as is unavoidable with this title; endpapers darkened from binding adhesive; still a tightly bound, well-preserved copy, Very Good. Includes many photographic text illustrations (halftones).