Although having been a central figure in the German far right, Heinrich Himmler's only daughter, Gudrun Burwitz, has appeared more or less in the shadow. It appears that there are far more details available about her childhood and adolescence than… more
Former Vice-Chancellor of Austria, Heinz-Christian Strache, was born in Vienna on June 12, 1969. In the age of 15, Strache dropped out of school and started a four-year apprenticeship as a dental technician at a local business school. By becoming a… more
Daniel Fiß, co-head of the Identitarian Movement (IM) in Germany had been working for an AfD MP, Siegbert Droese, in the German Federal Parliament.1 The Identitarian movement in Germany is currently being monitored by the German Constitutional… more
Markus Frohnmaier is a politician of the far-right Alternative for Germany party and an MP in the German Bundestag. He is the federal spokesman of AfD’s youth wing, the Young Alternative (Junge Alternative, YA), the spokesman of AfD co-leader… more
The German MP Petr Bystron (*1972) is currently the spokesman of the AfD on the Foreign Policy Committee of the German Bundestag. A member of the AfD from its inception in 2013, he has been accused of having pushed the Bavarian AfD section, of which… more
Max Otte (*1964) is a CDU lawyer very close to the AfD, who has established a considerable media clout.1 In 2006, Otte published the book "The Crash Comes" (Der Crash kommt), in which he predicted a collapse of the stock markets. When the financial… more
Janice Ann Atkinson (born 31 August 1962) is an independent Member of the European Parliament for the South East England region and member of the far-right Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF) parliamentary group. She formerly represented the UK… more
Tatjana Festerling (née Schimanski, 6 March 1964, Wuppertal) is a far-right activist who was a member of the organizational team of the political movement PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident). She was expelled from… more
Roberto Fiore (born 15 April 1959 in Rome), a self-identified fascist,1 is the leader of the Italian far-right Forza Nuova party, and a founding member of the Italian neo-fascist Terza Posizione movement. When an arrest warrant for Fiore was issued… more
Mario Borghezio, born on 3 December 1947 in Turin, is a far-right Italian politician from the (Northern) League, and a Member of the European Parliament since 2001. Borghezio had ties to right-wing extremist organizations throughout his life, among… more
Giovanni De Lorenzo (* 29. November 1907 in Vizzini; † 26. April 1973 Vizzini) was an officer of the Italian army. As general, he was head of the secret service Servizio Informazioni Forze Armate (SIFAR), and later the Carabinieri. Early History… more
The German Joachim Fiebelkorn (born 1947), originally from Frankfurt, had served in the Spanish Foreign Legion, before working with Stefano Delle Chiaie for a group called Los novios de la muerte (The Bridegrooms of Death), a band of "narco-… more