Photographer Johnny Milano was allowed to shoot behind the scenes at the National Socialist Movement convention in Atlanta, Georgia, after months of negotiations with Nazi leaders.
The disturbing photographs show white supremacists ironing their swastikas and getting tattoos as they kill time in their hotel rooms.
About 40 neo-Nazis and Klu Klux Klan members attended the meeting at the Wellesley Hotel in Atlanta to commemorate the birthday of Adolf Hitler on April 20.
Mr Milano's collection of photographs gives an insight into the dark world of white supremacists.
The images reveal the strict rules and regulations that Nazi party members have to follow. They are seen ironing their swastika armbands to make sure they are in pristine condition ahead of a formal Nazi sit-down meal.
Despite Mr Milano's presence, Nazis proudly show off the fascist tattoos that commemorate Hitler.
Many members have the number '88' tattooed on them, which represents the words Heil Hitler.
Others sport the number 14, which represents the words: 'We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.'
Windows of Nazi party member's cars were smashed and their tyres were punctured.
Nazis inspect the damage to a car, believed to have been inflicted by anti fascist demonstrators.
The National Socialist Party claims to be America's biggest active 'white civil rights group', although some experts estimate it has only about 400 members in 32 states.
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