The rear cover of the inaugural, and terminal, issue of The National Socialist.
National Socialist Council. The National Socialist: International Bulletin (Inaugural Issue). Raynham, MA: The National Socialist Council, 1992. Stapled, glossy wrappers (8 ¼” x 11 ¾”),  pp, illus.
The first, and likely only, issue of this National Socialist journal published by the National Socialist Council. The NSC was mainly comprised of ex-members of the National Socialist White People’s Party (NSWPP) who hoped to create a non-partisan platform for discussion of the ideals of National Socialism. This issue includes a 1986 manifesto on National Socialism written following the collapse of the NSWPP and published here for the first time for a general readership. It’s followed by an article titled, “The Aryan as the Religious Focus of National Socialism,” Charles Schauf’s “New and Old Interpretations on the Evolution to Godhood: A Re-examination of Savitri Devi’s “The Lightning and the Sun,”” (also appearing in the inaugural issue of “Thule”), movement news, and a book review of British nationalist, John Tyndall’s, “The Eleventh Hour: A Call for British Rebirth.” A catalog for National Socialist products appears in the rear from Nordland Publishing in Denmark.
A truly international effort with the publishing address in Raynham, MA, correspondence address in Denmark and printed and distributed in the U.K. One of the swastika’s to the front cover has been inexplicably effaced with Wite-Out, else a Fine copy. We find no record for this publication in WorldCat. #nationalsocialist #nationalsocialism #nationalsocialistwhitepeoplesparty #savitridevi #nordland #whitenationalism #ethnonationalism #altright