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American Nazi Party Leader Turns Out To Be Jewish

Frank Collin

Fuehrer of The American Nazi Party

One Of History's Cruelest Nazi

His specialty was terrorizing 70 yr old Holocaust survivors.
Skokie, Illinois

The Largest Shtetl Of Holocaust Survivors In America

Furhrer Collin, and his Nazis, would kick dirt in their faces
One Of Judaism's Biggest Hoaxes

The year was 1977, and most people never heard of the Holocaust. All we knew was that we fought a war against evil Nazis, but the Holocaust never made it to the Silver Screen till the late 1970's.

The early blockbusters, such as 'Judgment at Nuremberg', forgot to mention the gas chambers.

The Holocaust Genre Needed A Push

Eisenhower And Churchill

When Eisenhower, and Churchill, wrote their war memoirs they forgot the holocaust, the gas chambers, and the 6,000,000 gassed.

The Hogan's Heroes

The show ran from 1965-1971, and they forgot the gas chambers.

Frank Collin Lights The Holocaust Fuse

In April of 1977, Collin demanded to march through downtown Skokie, the largest enclave of Holocaust survivors in America.

His stance is:~ 'Hitler was a disappointment because he only killed 6,000,000, and let a few get away'.

Jews Mobilize And Shout- "Never Again"

In June of 1977, Skokie Jews get an injunction to prevent the march.

Jewish lawyer comes to Collin's aide

Collin goes to the ACLU, and their Jewish lawyer, David Goldberger, has it overturned.

For over a year the battle rages, and it's nightly news worldwide . A Video of the tragedy.

14 Months Of National News

From April 1977 through June of 1978. ABC, CBS, and NBC, bombarded us nightly. Jews were weeping, Nazis were goose-stepping , and endless legal battles fought by Jewish ACLU lawyers defending the Nazis, and the right of Freedom of speech.

Children Learn The Truth

Holocaust survivors tell their children why they have no aunts, uncles, or grandparents.

Collin Finally Marches In A Chicago Park

In June of 1978, after 15 months of legal battles, Collin lets Skokie Jews alone, and marches in Marquette park.

Angry Jews Confront Collin And His Nazis

A total of 12 Nazis show, and they battle with a couple of 60 yr old Holocaust survivors, who whipped the whole pack of stinking Nazis.

The Fuehrer Vanishes And Is Discovered to be Jewish

His real name is Joseph Cohen, born on Nov 3,1944 in Chicago, conceived in Feb of 1943 in Dachau concentration camp (According to his father).

Collin Said He Was Born In Dachau

Dachau was liberated in April of 1945, so obviously his father must have escaped, with the mother?

In 1979 Das Fuhrer Caught With Young Boys

Collin, and his SS Brigade of four, leave the spotlight until police are called to the Furhrer's headquarters. Police, fearing a gun battle, aren't prepared for what they find.

Collins is on his knees, and some 10 yr old 'Hitler youth' employees are standing there with their lederhosen down to their ankles.

Pontiac Correctional Center

The Fuehrer is sentenced to seven yrs in prison.



Daniel "Dan" Burros (March 5, 1937 October 31, 1965), was a Jewish American who was a former member of the American Nazi Party. Later, after a falling out with founder George Lincoln Rockwell, Burros became a Kleagle, or recruiter, for the New York State branch of the United Klans of America, one of the most violent Klan groups of the time.

Dan Burros suffered from mental instability,[citation needed] and this led to his suicide on October 31, 1965, hours after his Jewish heritage was made public. He shot himself in the chest and then the head. At the time, he was reportedly listening to music composed by Richard Wagner.[1]


Daniel Burros was born to George and Esther Sunshine Burros in Queens, New York City. At high school, Dan Burros proved himself to be intelligent (his IQ was measured at 154), and did well in most classes. Burros was not athletic and had poor eyesight. He was intense to the point of paranoia in athletic competition, particularly if he was losing or feared he was losing. He also possessed a fiery temper. This and his intensity frequently led to fights.[citation needed]

Military service

Dan Burros expressed a desire to enter the United States Military Academy at West Point (which never came to fruition). However, he enlisted in the National Guard while still in high school and wore his uniform to class on drill days. He enlisted in the United States Army in 1955, but he was later discharged after a series of pseudo-suicide attempts involving the ingestion of large amounts of aspirin and non-fatal cuts on his wrists. He even praised Adolf Hitler in a suicide note. His discharge was ascribed to "... reasons of unsuitability, character, and behavior disorder".[2]

Political activity

Burros eventually joined the American Nazi Party, which had been founded by George Lincoln Rockwell, an ex-United States Navy pilot who had seen action in both World War II and the Korean War. In the late 1950s, Rockwell adopted a National Socialist philosophy because he felt it was another name for white nationalism. He also stated that he felt guilty that he had killed Germans during the Second World War and came to believe that they had a shared enemy: Jews, a group he accused, among other things, of creating and propagating communism. As a Naval pilot, Rockwell had attained the rank of commander. He retained the title upon founding the American Nazi Party.

Dan Burros' Jewish heritage had been suspected by a number of fellow American Nazi Party members. Many of Rockwell's stormtroopers distrusted Burros not only for being Jewish, but also a self-hating Jew, and for his bizarre behavior. Burros would sometimes bring knish to the American Nazi Party headquarters and make such outrageous statements as: "Let's eat this good Jew food!" Burros also frequently spent time with Jewish women. In one incident, described in William H. Schmaltz' 1999 book, Hate: George Lincoln Rockwell and the American Nazi Party, Burros once publicly described a lurid fantasy in which the keys of a piano were modified to deliver electric shocks via wires attached to the Jewish victim of their choice. He believed that the combination of music from the piano and the electric shocks would cause them to convulse in rhythm to the piano and provide entertainment. Another example of Burros' macabre state of mind is the fact that he owned a bar of soap wrapped in paper with the words "made from the finest Jewish fat" imprinted on it.[2]


Dan Burros being fully Jewish was a fact which was made public in a New York Times article written by reporter John McCandlish Phillips. Phillips was an evangelical Christian who initially tried to reach out to Burros by bringing up statements which indicated that he felt trapped in the racist movement. However, his attempts were unsuccessful. Not long after the Times issue with the startling revelations of his Jewish heritage went on sale, Daniel Burros committed suicide.

In a press conference, a morose George Lincoln Rockwell praised Burros' dedication. He took the opportunity to rail against Jews, whom he referred to as "... a unique people with a distinct mass of mental disorders" and ascribed Dan Burros' instability and suicide to "this unfortunate Jewish psychosis".[3] Despite the fact that Burros was a Jew and distrusted by his stormtroopers, Rockwell had wished to maintain at least a working relationship with him.

Analysis of being a Jewish Nazi

Dan Burros is sometimes cited as an example of a self-hating Jew. He was also influenced by Francis Parker Yockey's Imperium.[4]

The story of Dan Burros was the origin of Henry Bean's movie, The Believer. It also inspired an episode of the TV series Lou Grant.[5]

Dan Burros was not the only Jewish member of the American Nazi Party. Leonard Holstein was the commander of the ANP's Los Angeles unit when it was active and later served the ANP in other capacities.[citation needed]


  1. ^ The Believer DVD, "An Interview with Director Henry Bean", 2001
  2. ^ a b From Jew to Jew-hater: the curious life (and death) of Daniel Burros.
  3. ^ William H. Schmaltz, Hate: George Lincoln Rockwell and the American Nazi Party, 1999., Pg. 263
  4. ^ Phillips, McCandlish (1965-10-31). "State Klan Leader Hides Secret of Jewish Origin". New York Times. p. 1.
  5. ^ The fifth episode of the first season, titled "Nazi", aired on 18 October 1977.

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