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Hitler Youth Cultists, Fascism and Murder Nyack, New York in 1941

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36 pages21 minutes

Summary

Walter Gottlieb Groebli was a drifter who was originally from Atlanta, Georgia. His grandparents settled there after immigrating from Switzerland. The 18-year-old Walter was taken in by wealthy Percival Wilcox Whittlesey, who had a luxurious home in Nyack, NY. A disagreement occurred when the youth began to play a pro-Nazi anthem on Whittlesey's phonograph. Whittlesey was pro-British and was the founder of an organization that promoted American aid to Great Britain during the early years of World War II. Within this main plot my book looks at the background of Whittlesey who was an associate of Pierre Arnold Bernard, a cult leader. Bernard was a practitioner of black magic and East Indian Philosophy. By 1941 Bernard was established in Nyack also. He ran a health spa where celebrities and athletes often trained.

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