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Be Alert for Unusual Meeting, Thursday Night, March 5, 8 o'clock, Embassy Auditorium, Grand Avenue at Ninth, Los Angeles, California
(SMITH, Gerald L. K.)

[Los Angeles]: [Christian Nationalist Crusade], ca. 1953. 3 x 4 in. Small broadsheet, printed on card stock. Fine. [94153] (show more)

Price: $25.00

With "Admit Two" in large letters on verso.

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Gerald L. K. Smith Returns after Conferring with Legations and Their Representatives from 27 Nations. Will Speak, Large Embassy Auditorium, Grand Avenue at 9th Street, Los Angeles, California
(SMITH, Gerald L. K.)

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1953. 8 1/2 x 11 in. 2 p. Broadsheet. Folded twice horizontally, some wear at edges; else very good. [94152] (show more)

Price: $25.00

With a large photo Smith on verso.

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Abolish the United Nations
(SMITH, Gerald L. K.)

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1955. 24mo. Wraps. 8 p. Singerman 0939. [41104] (show more)

Price: $20.00

"Speech before the United States Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, April 21, 1955. Among the twenty reasons cited why the United Nations should be abolished is number nine, stating that the UN has flooded the United States with 'spies, Communists and Zionists.' He compares them to 'serpents in our breast, exploiting our hospitality while gnawing at our vitals" - Singerman.

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Suicide: A Deadly Treatise in Black and White!... An Index to Blood Scandal in Washington, D.C
(SMITH, Gerald L. K.)

By Mr. X. St. Louis: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. (1950). 8vo. Wraps. 47 p. Singerman 0817. Very good. [48589] (show more)

Price: $30.00

"The Jewish 'Hidden Hand' murdered the American Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal, because he turned anti-Zionist" - Singerman.

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The Christ of the Ozarks
(SMITH, Gerald L. K.)

Eureka Springs, Ark.: Times-Echo, ca. mid-1960s. 3 1/2 x 5 1/2. Post card. [70902] (show more)

Price: $15.00

"Artists conception based on a model of the giant statue 'The Christ of the Ozarks,' now in the process of being constructed on Magnetic Mountain at Eureka Springs, Arkansas. To be seven stories high - arm span, 60 feet." The drawing differs somewhat from the finished statue which was completed in 1966. Smith devoted the last years of his career to the construction of this statue and a nearby amphitheatre at which a "Passion Play" is performed many times a year.

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What about Gerald L. K. Smith?: The Record Is the Answer
(SMITH, Gerald L. K.)

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1950s. 6 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. Single sheet, printed on both sides. Folded twice horizontally, apparently for mailing; else fine. [78140] (show more)

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Claims that Smith has been the "persecuted victim of a gang of international character assassins." He is said to be the "first public figure to identify Alger Hiss as a paart of the Moscow apparatus" and "barely escaped arrest and prison for daring to identify Hiss as a traitor." It is further asserted that "Henry Ford, Sr. (the authmobile magnate) was among the early supporters of Gerald L. K. Smith. In fact, Mr. Ford was influential in alerting Mr. Smith to the Jewish issue." At the bottom of the leaflet appears an ad for the anti-Semitic classics, "The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion," "The International Jew" & "The Iron Curtain over America".

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The Roosevelt Death, a Super Mystery: Suicide? Assassination? Natural Death? Still Alive?
(SMITH, Gerald L.K)

St. Louis: Christian Nationalist Crusade, (1947). 12mo. Wraps. 30 p. [48587] (show more)

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"Note: This manuscript prepared by Mr. X".

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Men and Issues: The Hidden Hand Revealed
SMITH, Gerald L. K

Gooderham, Ontario: "Canadian Publications," 1964. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Four-page leaflet. Fine. [94154] (show more)

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Anti-Semitic tract in which Smith tells of an early meeting with Henry Ford & W. J. Cameron.

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What Is Christian Nationalism?: This Is Christian Nationalism
SMITH, Gerald L. K

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1958. Four-page leaflet. [28676] (show more)

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Bread vs. Stones
SMITH, Gerald L. K

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1960s. 3 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. Six-page leaflet. [35637] (show more)

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I Love the Church
SMITH, Gerald L. K

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1960s. 3 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. Six-page leaflet. [41769] (show more)

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The Fundamentals of Our Christian Faith
SMITH, Gerald L. K

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1960s. 3 3/4 x 8 1/2 in. Six-page leaflet. [44740] (show more)

Price: $20.00

"Christianity is like pure water, bubbling from a cold spring in the heat of the day. It seems as good to a college professor as it does to the man who ploughs the corn in the field. It is the element of life. It is as universal as the sunshine, as fundamental as water, and as real as life itself".

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Spoiling Words: The Art of the Propagandist
SMITH, Gerald L. K

Los Angeles: The Cross and the Flag, ca. 1950s. 7 x 8 1/2 in. Four-page leaflet. [55079] (show more)

Price: $20.00

In this essay, which originally appeared in "The Cross and the Flag," Smith discusses several words which the "propagandists and the enemies of our tradition are attempting to spoil." In his discussion of "Christmas" we learn that the "Christian Nationalist Crusade was the first organization in America to emphasize the words: 'Keep Christ in Christmas.'".

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My Fight for the Right
SMITH, Gerald L. K

St. Louis: Christian Nationalist Crusade, [ca. 1950]. 24mo. Wraps. 40 p. Singerman 0816. Two tears at top edge of cover. [68718] (show more)

Price: $30.00

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"53 Facts Concerning Los Angeles Race Riots." In "The Cross and the Flag"
SMITH, Gerald L. K

Vol. 24, No. 8 (November, 1965) Address on rear cover; else about fine. [80944] (show more)

Price: $25.00

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Confessions of an Extremist
SMITH, Gerald L. K.

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1965. 3 1/2 x8 1/2 in. Eight-page leaflet. [64848] (show more)

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The Great Issues
SMITH, Gerald L.K

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, (1954). 24mo. Wraps. 31 p. [12068] (show more)

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Is Communism Jewish?
SMITH, Gerald L.K

St. Louis: Don Lohbeck, ca. 1947. 24mo. Wraps. 16 p. Singerman 0721. [41770] (show more)

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Is Eisenhower a Communist? No! But--
SMITH, Gerald L.K

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca. 1961. 24mo. Wraps. 47 p. Singerman 1062. [41771] (show more)

Price: $30.00

"While not a communist, President Eisenhower's actions promoted Jewish-Communism and were, on balance, un-American" - Singerman. Smith raises the "paradoxical question": Is Ike a "Jew or a Gentile." He cites a caption to a photo of the future President in the 1915 "Howitzer" which identifies him as "Senor Dwight David Eisenhower, the terrible Swedish-Jew".

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Too Much and Too Many Roosevelts: 1. Their Crimes. 2. Their Jewish Family Tree. 3. 33 Names for Jimmie. 4. Open Letter to Eleanor
SMITH, Gerald L.K

Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, 1950. 12mo. Wraps. 74 p. Singerman 0819. Very good. [48588] (show more)

Price: $45.00

A classic example of Roosevelt-baiting, with a great deal of anti-Semitic content. Contains sections on "The Pearl Harbor Hoax," "Selling Slaves to Stalin," "The Frankfurter Business," "The Savage Morgenthau Plan," "The Plot to Destroy Martin Dies," "The Glorification of Sex Perversion," "If the Roosevelts Rule Again, What Can We Expect?" (a Jewish dictatorship & "complete mongrelization," for starters), "Roosevelt's Jewish Ancestry," "Roosevelt, a Eugenical Problem," etc.

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