Tag Archives: Robert Surrey

Have You Read Pieces of the Puzzle? Want More?

If you have read my new book, Pieces of the Puzzle, you know there is a video made by the sons of Robert Surrey.  Robert Surrey was the aide-de-camp to General Edwin Walker.  He was also the Secretary of the American Nazi Party.   His daughter presented roses to the late and Vietnam War controversial…
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Day Thirteen: Pieces of the Puzzle–The ANP, Surrey and Essary

  [caption id="attachment_3803" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Charles Essary at Dealey Plaza, photo taken and used by permission of Phyllis Rocher.[/caption] During my interviews for over two years with Robert Surrey's son, I was astounded by the things he experienced as a young man during the same time I lived in Dallas. He told me of a…
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Day SEVEN: Pieces of the Puzzle…Many Strange Surrey Stories

  Robert Surrey, pictured above, was General Edwin Walker's aide-de-camp. As many know, Bernard Weissman testified to the Warren Commission that he saw a stack of the handbills pictured below in General Walker's station wagon. But what other stories do we now know about Robert Surrey? There is one whole chapter dedicated to the interviews…
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Nicholas Katzenbach, JFK: Ole Miss

In my research on General Walker, I came across this fascinating interview of Nicholas Katzenbach and his recollections of the Ole Miss Riots.  For those not familiar, James Meredith, a black student and US Veteran, was to enroll at Ole Miss much to the disdain of the White Citizen's Council, the KKK, the John Birch…
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