Fuhrer-Ex

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Random House, Jan 16, 1996 - Political Science - 388 pages
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sselbach was a neo-Nazi, preaching racism, anti-Semitism, and anti-government terrorism. Now the 28-year-old founder and leader of the first neo-Nazi party in East Germany takes as his mission the prevention of others following the path of hate. In this eye-opening memoir, Hasselbach vividly exposes the violent movement he helped create--and tells why he left it behind. Photos.

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Review: Führer-Ex: Memoirs of a Former Neo-Nazi

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An interesting book with a lot of new information for me about the state of affairs in Germany post-WWII. Very creepy. Especially how much the anarchists and the hooligans reminded me of the kids from ... Read full review

Review: Führer-Ex: Memoirs of a Former Neo-Nazi

User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

A candid autobiography by the young man who was briefly the leader of the Neo-Nazi movement in the early 1990's. He makes no apologies for his actions, which included a number of fistfights, acts of ... Read full review

Contents

Cold Innocence
3
Potential Disturber of the Socialist Peace
16
My Fathers House
32
Copyright

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Tom Reiss has written about politics and culture for "The New York Times," "The Wall Street Journal," "The New Yorker," and elsewhere. He lives with his wife and daughters in New York City.

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