- Adolf Hitler : (1889–1945) Politician in Germany; became 1921 Nazi Party leader, 1933 Reichskanzler (Chancellor), then 1934 as der Führer dictator before and during World War II.
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- Anton Drexler : (1884-1942) Founder of the German Workers' Party, predecessor of the German Nazi Party and coauthor of the original platform of National Socialism; lost influence after the rise of Hitler
- Gottfried Feder : German construction engineer and amateur economist, who cofounded the German Workers' Party, which became the Nazi Party; attracted Adolf Hitler; fell out of favor due to left-wing views
- Dietrich Eckhart : (1868-1923) A founder of the Nazi Party and early mentor of Adolf Hitler; member of Thule Society and participant in Beer Hall Putsch
- Ernst Roehm : (1887-1934) Career military officer; early Nazi and closest friend of Adolf Hitler, and the operational leader, in the 1930s, of the Sturmabteilung ("Storm Troops"; “Brownshirts”, SA); revolutionary who emphasized socialism in National Socialism; purged and killed 1934, as part of the Night of the Long Knives
- Gregor Strasser : (1892-1934), elder brother of Otto Strasser; leftist National Socialist, head of 1925 Political Organization) then rival of Adolf Hitler; WW1 officer, Gauleiter of Niederbayern-Oberpfalz (1925-1929), Reichsorganisationsleiter (1929-1932); killed during Night of the Long Knives
- Otto Strasser : (1897-1974), younger brother of Gregor Strasser; WW1 officer, Freikorps leader, Ex-SPD, Working Association of the North and West, formed the socialist anti-Nazi Black Front when expelled from the NDSAP in 1930
- Joseph Goebbels : German propaganda minister under Adolf Hitler; Gauleiter of Berlin (1929 - 1945)
- Alfred Rosenberg : Early Nazi Party member and philopsopher, later Minister for the occupied territories on the Eastern Front; tried and executed by the International Military Tribunal (Nuremberg)
- American Front : "A collective of highly motivated racialists of European descent, striving to establish an autonomous homeland for American whites"; emphasizes working class ("will not be enslaved by the greed of Capitalism, the oppression of Communism, or the disgrace of multiculuralism"); listed as extremist group by Anti-Defamation League
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- American Renaissance : A journal, founded by Jared Taylor, which considers race the "most prominent and divisive challenge" faced by the western world, emphasizing an analytic approach it calls race realism and the Anti-Defamation League calls extremism
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- League of American Patriots : (LOAP); a white nationalist group in the northeast U.S.; sponsor of Political Cesspool; listed as extremist group by Anti-Defamation League; has its own website and is on Stormfront
- National Alliance : White nationalist group founded by William Pierce in 1974 as a spinoff of Willis Carto's National Youth Alliance; current chair is Erich Gliebe; had been largest neo-Nazi organization in U.S. but split in 2005; spinoff organization now is European Americans United
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- Holocaust denial : Claims that the Holocaust did not happen.
- Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust : A website, not a membership organization, that claims to be a place for revisionist exploration of The Holocaust, considered the chief Holocaust denial site by others
- Institute for Historical Review : Now publishing online only, an organization focused on Holocaust denial, founded by Willis Carto who broke away in 1993; 2004 conference with National Alliance; listed as extremist group by Anti-Defamation League
- David Irving : British WWII historian who has lost libel trials in which he has been charged with Holocaust denial, and is widely considered a Nazi apologist
- Houston Stewart Chamberlain : (1855-1927) British-born writer who developed many of the foundations for the Nazi race and biological ideology; major influence on Adolf Hitler
- Franz Ritter von Epp : (1868-1946) German military officer who, after WWI, formed the influential Freikorps von Epp, which protected Ernst Roehm and the Nazis; gradually drifted from influence as the Nazis took control
- Fascism : Political ideology of the far right that seeks national unity through patriotism, collectivism, subservience of the individual and opposition to liberalism.
- Japanese militarism : The influence of military officers on the governance and foreign policy of Japan, principally prior to and including World War Two in the Pacific, but possibly including post-1945 developments
- Protocols of the Elders of Zion : Anti-Semitic forgery alleging that Jews and Masons control the world through underhanded means.
- Thule Society : German occult, nationalist and antisemitic society formed after WWI; some members joint with Nazis