The Kelah Party (officially Kelah of Liberty), was a political activist group active in the 1930s and 1940s. It was founded by Charles Gollwitzer. The group promoted a form of international anarchism and racial separatism, that was viewed by many as highly controversial at the time.
Ancestral and religious views Edit
Kelah prohibited religious beliefs of members within the group. Gollwitzer, who was an atheist, declared Kelah non-devoted (meaning non-religious) in 1937.
In 1945, Kelah had 300 official members.
Leading members Edit
- Joseph "Joe" Breitkreutz
- Ray Marschner
- Frank Bohdan Godlewski
- Theodore Edwin "Clyde" Friedman
- Otto Freudenberger
- Rodney Jantzen
- Farris Boyer
- J. Dattoli
- ↑ Члены Кеlah, отчет 1945 года