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Dreamer of the Day

Francis Parker Yockey and the Postwar Fascist International

by Kevin Coogan
1999, Autonomedia
ISBN 1-57027-039-2
Illustrated, 644 pages.

“This study is a treasure chamber for all those interested in the ideology of the heirs of fascism and Nazism in Europe and America, of National bolshevism, Odinism, various occult sects of the extreme right, and the groups which tried to provide a synthesis between the extreme left wing and far-right thought.”

– Walter Laquer, author of The Black Hundred: The Rise of the Extreme Right in Russia, and Fascism: Past, Present and Future

Book Description

Biography. Francis Parker Yockey, a lawyer and former war-crimes prosecutor, was one of the most enigmatic figures inside the far right in both Europe and America. While he is best known today for his book Imperium, a huge tome often described as a Mein Kampf for modern-day neo-Nazis, his life remains a mystery. Pursued by the U.S. government for almost a decade, Yockey was arrested by the FBI in 1960. Shortly after his capture, he was found dead in his jail cell. An autopsy showed that the 43-year-old mystery man had swallowed a cyanide capsule. Yockey’s story takes us into the heart of the postwar Fascist International, a shadow Reich composed of spies, conspirators, and occultists.

Available from Autonomedia. Learn more about Kevin Coogan.


2 comments for “Dreamer of the Day”

  1. Fascinating reading. Extremely entertaining, while still being deep and scholarly. One of those books that you don’t want to put down; and then you realize it’s late, and you have to get up the next morning. I’d always been fascinated with this guy, Yockey, but could never find much about him. This book changed all that.

    Posted by John | June 16, 2016, 6:43 pm
  2. I’m currently reading this amazing book. It definitely lives up to the hype. It should be read after Martin A. Lee’s “Beast Reawakens.”

    Posted by Hugo Turner | May 23, 2017, 12:18 pm

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