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Canadian far-right figures

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 31. Chapters: Canadian fascists, Canadian neo-Nazis, William Guy Carr, Paul Fromm, Doug Christie, Marc ... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 31. Chapters: Canadian fascists, Canadian neo-Nazis, William Guy Carr, Paul Fromm, Doug Christie, Marc Lemire, Martin K. Weiche, Doug Collins, Terry Tremaine, Adrien Arcand, Wolfgang Droege, William John Beattie, Tomasz Winnicki, Don Andrews, James Keegstra, Glenn Bahr, John Ross Taylor, Ron Gostick, Al Overfield, George Burdi, Alex Kulbashian, Melissa Guille, Gary Schipper, Max French, James Alexander McQuirter, Tom MacInnes, Mary Richardson, Donna Upson, Peter Kouba, Malcolm Ross, James Scott Richardson, Bernard Klatt, John A. Gamble, Jason Ouwendyk, Chuck Crate, Gerry Lincoln. Excerpt: William James Guy Carr (R.D. Commander R.C.N. (R)) (June 2, 1895 - October 2, 1959) was a Canadian naval officer and an author. Though his accounts of wartime naval experiences found a general audience, he is best remembered today as a conspiracy theorist, "the most influential source in creating the American Illuminati demonology", according to the American folklorist Bill Ellis. Carr was also the author of famous books on the English submarine war as well as a popular lecturer. In the 1950s, he was the leader of the anti-Communist National Federation of Christian Laymen of Toronto. He was also one of the presidents of the Naval Club of Toronto. Born in Formby (Lancashire, England), Carr was educated in Scotland, and went to sea at the age of fourteen. He served as Navigating Officer of H.M.S. Submarines during World War One (see : Royal Navy Submarine Service) and as Naval Control Officer and Senior Naval Officer in World War Two. In World War II he was Naval Control Officer for the St. Lawrence, then Staff Officer Operations at Shelburne, Nova Scotia, then Senior Naval Officer at Goose Bay, Labrador. As an Officer on the staff of Commodore Reginald W. Brock he organized the 7th Victory Loan for the twenty-two Royal Canadian Naval Training Divisions. His experiences in the submarine fleet in the First World War became the subject of By Guess and By God (1930), prefaced by his superior, Admiral S.S. Hall of the Submarine Service. Going through several printings, it was followed by sequels, including Hell's Angels of the Deep (1932). In 1931, he started giving conferences in different Canadian clubs on the topic of "International conspiracy" which was subdivided in two main subjects: "International communism" and "International capitalism", both controlled by the Illuminati and what he called the "International bankers" which, according to Carr, are represented mainly by the Rothschild and the Rockefeller families. After working for the Canadian Intelligence Service

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Titel: Canadian far-right figures
Untertitel: Canadian fascists, Canadian neo-Nazis, William Guy Carr, Paul Fromm, Doug Christie, Marc Lemire, Martin K. Weiche, Doug Collins, Terry Tremaine, Adrien Arcand, Wolfgang Droege, William John Beattie, Tomasz Winnicki, Don Andrews
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EAN: 9781156009956
ISBN: 1156009952
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Politikwissenschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 32
Gewicht: 68g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Jahr: 2011

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