Combat Group Adolf Hitler. A group of NeoNazis dedicated to physical attacks on their opponents. Their slogan is "Let Them Hate As Long As They Fear". However, specialise in throwing bricks through people's windows and beating up pensioners. Whenever they've been faced with actual opposition they've wet themselves and run away.
Combat 18? More like Combat 16. Combat Group Arthur Fowler.
A somewhat less prestigous, more violence-focused British equivalent to the ku klux klan. Combat 18 (or C18) is a British neo-Nazi terrorist organization formed in 1992 after meetings between British National Party and football hooligans such as the "Chelsea Headhunters", by the fascist group Blood & Honour. The '18' in their name is derived from the first and eighth letters of the alphabet, in other words the initials of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.more...
Combat 18 quickly gained a reputation following a number of violent acts targeted at immigrants and people from the political left. In 1993 Combat 18 published the magazine Redwatch, which, like the German neo-Nazi publication "Der Einblick", contained names and addresses of anti-racists, but also encouraged physical violence against those it listed.
Searchlight magazine, Red Action and other commentators on both the left and right spectrums of the media (including independent investigative journalist Larry O'Hara- see Turning up the Heat- MI5 after the cold War, Phoenix Press, 1994) have stated their belief that Combat 18 was the brainchild of the British secret service organisation MI5, being designed to discredit the BNP, whilst simultaneously acting as a 'honey-trap' to attract the most violent neo-Nazis in Britain into a single organisation, where they could be monitored. It is also believed that Combat 18 were used by MI5 to in...