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One of the loyal confederates of the American Bund was Anastasy Vonsyatsky (1898 1965). It was his sincere belief that Fascism was the only force capable of defeating international communism - and once he conceived of this idea, he was all in: Fascism could do no wrong. Although he worked closely with the American Bund, his true allegiance stood with the Russian Fascist Party in far-off Manchukuo, China (you can read about Manchukuo here).

"Special FBI agent John Raymond Ylitalo (1916 1987) said Vonsyatsky's party was a 'military expedition in conjunction with the Japanese and German Governemnts against the present Russian Government.' What the FBI planned for Vonsyatsky himself wasn't disclosed, but it seemed that his Fascist movement had been squelched."

Vonsyatsky was arrested by the FBI and released in 1946.

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The White Russian Fascist In America (Newsweek Magazine, 1944)

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