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Martin Kerr (born 1952) is an American National Socialist author and activist. Kerr was National Organizer for the National Socialist White People's Party and was instrumental in moving their headquarters from Arlington, Virginia to the Midwest and later changing the party's name to the New Order.
Kerr was born in Pennsylvania. His ancestors were of Scottish, English and German descent. When Kerr was three or four years old, his family moved to New Jersey. Kerr grew up in a small White suburban community about 20 miles outside of New York City. He had a safe and comfortable middleclass existence and attended public schools and the local Presbyterian church.
Kerr first became interested in National Socialism in 1966, when he was 14 years old. He was aware, through reading the newspapers and watching the news on television, that American society was facing many problems, including racial unrest. It was also apparent to him that the solutions to these problems did not consist of those offered by democracy, capitalism or the churches.
Kerr read an interview with George Lincoln Rockwell, was impressed and wrote to Commander Rockwell asking him if he could join the American Nazi Party. Within a week Kerr had received an answer in the mail, and Kerr promptly signed up in the party’s youth wing, the National Socialist Youth Movement, which was the same as the Hitler Youth. His parents were unhappy with this development, and they prevented any further involvement in National Socialist politics for the time being. However, Kerr kept his National Socialist faith, and by his junior year in high school he was attending meetings and demonstrations of the National Renaissance Party in New York City.
From 1973 through 1977 Kerr served with the Los Angeles Unit of the party and from June 1977 until 1984 he worked at the party’s national headquarters in Arlington, Virginia. His primary responsibility there was public outreach, in particular, editing the party’s written publications.
Kerr was one on the founding associates when party commander Matt Koehl reorganized the NSWPP as the New Order in 1983. In Commander Koehl’s last will, he indicated that he wanted Kerr to follow him as the leader of the New Order. Kerr have been in charge of New Order operations since Koehl’s death in October 2014.