Führer-ex: memoirs of a former neo-Nazi

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Chatto and Windus, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 384 pages
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This is an inside account of a neo-Nazi paramilitary group. It is told by Ingo Hasselbach, who grew up in East Germany, and rebelled against the Communist regime. He then went on to become involved with the fascist movement, which he has now left.

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FÜHRER-EX: Memoirs of a Former Neo-Nazi

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A profoundly disturbing yet ultimately hopeful story of a young man's passage through the heart of darkness. Hasselbach was once considered the golden hope of the neo-Nazi movement in East Germany ... Read full review

Führer-Ex: memoirs of a former Neo-Nazi

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As the founder and leader of East Germany's first neo-Nazi party, Hasselbach preached racism and hate at organized meetings, marches, and paramilitary operations. In 1993, five years after embracing ... Read full review


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