Mr. Britton is known as the man who wrote Behind Communism, a little book which tells us who the Bolsheviks were and what they were up to. It gives us the story of their origins when they were kicked out of Palestine, why they were hated in Russia, their treachery in America and more. One of his main virtues is that he gives us references to the Encyclopędia Britannica so that it is all checkable. He has his detractors who say that he is a nasty extremist but they never challenge him on facts. That is because they can't; he is right while they are wrong. He also ran The American Nationalist (1952-1981) a bi-monthly newspaper.
His writings have been collected and are now in the Hall-Hoag Collection of Dissenting and Extremist Printed Propaganda which are part of the holdings of John Hay Library at Brown University, Providence, RI 02912 Phone +1 401 863 1000. It need hardly be added that this is a hostile source. To find out more deal with them on the basis that you are an earnest seeker after truth. They will assume that that you are another left wing subversive or Useful Idiot
One possible relative
killed a sheriff in Texas. Another is different. He hasn't been caught yet.
Frank L Britton and Reactionary Politics in America
Frank L. Britton and his American Nationalist also appear in the Hall-Hoag Collection. Britton earned fame in the early 1950s as the author of Behind Communism. In this short book, Britton made the case that Communism was a Jewish conspiracy. For the remainder of his life, Britton continued his anti-Semitic attacks through his writings and in articles in the American Nationalist. This monthly publication appeared from 1952 until 1981. An almost complete run is found in the Hall-Hoag Collection.
Name of Organization
American Fascist Union HZ 1017
American Majority Party HH 289
American Nationalist Federation / Kingdom Ministry HH 555
American Nationalist / Frank L. Britton HH 538
Name of Organization
American Fascist Union American Majority Party American Nationalist Federation / Kingdom Ministry American Nationalist / Frank L. Britton
American Fascist Union HH 1017 American Majority Party HH 289 American Nationalist Federation / Kingdom Ministry HH 555 American Nationalist / Frank L. Britton HH 538 Battle Ax News HH 860
AMERICAN NATIONALIST/ FRANK L. BRITTON
May 5, 1905
Racial Obscenity in Hollywood
May 5, 1905
From the Hall-Hoag Collection of Dissenting and Extremist Printed Propaganda
Selected materials from the holdings of John Hay Library at Brown University
You can see that they just naturally do not like Frank.
The American Nationalist
Library of the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill
SOUTHERN HISTORICAL COLLECTION
ERWIN A. HOLT PAPERS
Abstract: Erwin Allen Holt (1873-1961), textile executive of Burlington, N.C.
Papers relating to Holt's concerns about racial segregation, Jewish control of the federal government, strict interpretation of the Constitution, the Status of Forces Agreement, communism in the U.S., and Hawaiian statehood. Included is correspondence about preventing racial integration, and broadsides, leaflets, and circulars issued by various right-wing organizations of which Holt was a member.
Folder 1. 1953-1956 (11 items)
2. 1957-1960 (23 items)
3-10. Undated (124 items)
"The American Nationalist (folders 1-10) was an organization, based in Inglewood, Cal., and headed by Frank L. Britton, that published a journal also called ..."
Frank L Britton, Adjutant General of Texas
BRITTON, FRANK L. (?-?). Frank L. Britton, attorney and adjutant general of Texas under Edmund J. Davis from November 15, 1872, to January 15, 1874, also served as Davis's private secretary. He was probably a nephew of Davis's wife, Anne Britton Davis. At one time he served as city attorney of Austin. A Texas legal directory listed him as a member of the Davis and Britton law firm in Austin in 1876-77. On August 9, 1877, he was accused of shooting United States marshal Thomas F. Purnell in Austin. Britton was jailed but released without bail by August 20. Conflicting testimony in court as to whether both men pulled guns made a case for self-defense.
BIBLIOGRAPHY: Austin Daily Democratic Statesman, August 10, 20, 1877. H. L. Bentley and Thomas Pilgrim, Texas Legal Directory for 1876-77 (Austin: Democratic Statesman Office, 1877). Clarence P. Denman, "The Office of Adjutant General in Texas, 1835-1881," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 28 (April 1925).
He was not the man to put up with insolence from any Jack in Office.
THE BRITTON-PURNELL FEUD
WHAT THE MAILS BRING.; THE BRITTON-PURNELL FEUD. THE QUARREL BETWEEN TEXAN REPUBLICANS THAT HAS ENDED IN THE SLAYING OF ONE OF THEM--STATEMENT BY THE FRIENDS OF THE ONE DOING THE SHOOTING.
August 14, 1877, Wednesday Page 2, 790 words
The following Associated Press telegram, which arrived early yesterday afternoon, contains matter of interest to Evansville people:
Frank was a better(?) shooter than the shot. This was when the West was wild.
Maumee High School, Maumee, Ohio
Holt Papers, 1953-1961
Erwin A. Holt was a member of the firm of Lawrence S. Holt & Sons, cotton mill owners. He was a son of Lawrence S. Holt (1851-1937) and Margaret Lock Erwin Holt (1852-918), and a grandson of Edwin Michael Holt (1807-1884).
Arrangement is by
organization, largely as established by Holt, then chronological. The
American Nationalist (folders 1-10) was an organization, based in Inglewood,
Cal., and headed by Frank L. Britton, that published a journal also called
The American Nationalist. Items include material
relating to problems of "conservative" Americans, including lack of funds to
support organizations, setbacks in the courts, and the growing probability
of Hawaiian statehood.
Mr. Holt knew Frank and sympathised.
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