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National Socialist Liberation Front (U.S.)

Last modified: 2021-12-04 by rick wyatt
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[National Socialist Liberation Front flag] image by Pete Loeser, 20 October 2021

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Introduction: NSLF

The National Socialist Liberation Front (1969-1980) was originally established in 1969 in Arlington County, Virginia, as a youth wing of the National Socialist White People's Party (NSWPP). The NSWPP itself would eventually would became the American Nazi Party (ANP). In 1970, David Duke joined the organization.

The original NSWPP splintered following the 1967 murder of George Lincoln Rockwell and Rockwell's successor, Matthias Koehl and Joseph Tommasi, the leader and founder of the National Socialist Liberation Front, found themselves at odds with each other. Tommasi was ejected from the NSWPP in 1973. The next year Tommasi reconstituted the NSLF as a separate neo-Nazi organization, but in 1975 he was shot and killed in El Monte, California. The NSLF then floundered and would come to an end in the mid-1980s. It was revived once again in 2017 by neo-Nazi leader Steve Bowers, who seems to be its current leader (2017-2020).

Also the white circle on this older NSLF flag seems a bit elongated horizontally like on this quick drawing I've made.
Pete Loeser, 20 October 2021

NSLF Black Death flags

[National Socialist Liberation Front flag] image provided by Jeffrey Tommasi, 17 October 2021

A Black double-sided NSLF flag called Black Death. Both were designed and commissioned by JohnBoy and Scarecrow NSLF Captains.
Jeffrey Tommasi, 17 October 2021