Charles Coughlin. "[His] Kristallnacht address of November 20, 1938, [was] perhaps the vilest in the history of American broadcasting . . . Coughlin argued . . . that the [Kristallnacht] atrocity was merely a “defense mechanism against communism,” which was the product of “atheistic Jews” . . . In the end, he said America should avoid any “unreasonable reprisals” against the Hitlerite regime. “Let charity be the law of our conduct,” he concluded, “and let justice for all be our guiding…

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Charles Coughlin was a Catholic priest and also a radio personal. He was a racists as well as xenophobic and was critical about the FDR economic reform.

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Father Charles Coughlin, leader of the antisemitic Christian Front, delivers a radio broadcast. Detroit, United States, March 11, 1935.

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Setting the Record Straight w/ Charles Coughlin

Father Charles Coughlin, a Catholic priest, exposes the evil of the Federal Reserve in a speech he gave in 1936.

Free Kindle Book - [Biographies & Memoirs][Free] Father Charles Coughlin: The Life of the Controversial Catholic Priest Who Revolutionized Radio

Reverend Charles E. Coughlin (1891-1979) was a Catholic priest and radio personality who was very critical of FDR and how he dealt with the banks

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father charles coughlin images | during his peak father charles coughlin was considered the undisputed

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Irishman Defends "Bund"' --An interesting letter from the newspaper 'Social Justice' (April 3, 1939), done by Father Charles Coughlin.

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AIRS: Weekdays at 11PM EST; Sunday at 4AM EST on Real Life Radio! On each program of “Setting the Record Straight” you will hear another fascinating yet neglected story from two thousand years of magnificent achievements of the Catholic Church. Historical Apologist Charles Coughlin presents these intriguing stories based upon respected and authoritative historical sources. Tune in to hear misinformation and disinformation about the earthly work of the Catholic Church corrected.

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