Gustavo Barroso (1888-1957) was a Brazilian writer and right-wing ‘Integralist’ political leader as well as an unambiguous anti-semite. His 1931 book, Aquém da tlântida, included Nazi ideology as well as the concept of ‘vril’ energy and a denunciation of communism. To say the least the book had little to do with Plato’s Atlantis(a). However, Alexander Braghine recommended this book as worth reading in connection with ancient links between the ‘Old World’ and the Americas[156.171].
(a) https://www.esocite.org.br/eventos/tecsoc2011/cd-anais/arquivos/pdfs/artigos/gt017-representacoesde.pdf (Portuguese) (offline June 2016 – see Archive 3091)