Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

McCormick of the Chicago Tribune by Revilo P. Oliver MY REVIEW of Donald Day‘s Onward, Christian Soldiers in Liberty Bell, January 1983, requires correction at three points. When I wrote, I did not know that Day’s book, in a more complete form, had been published in Sweden in 1944. The parts…
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Essays

Today we bring together in one place all the material you need to debunk the myths surrounding D-Day and American participation in the Great Slaughter of White People. Here are four complete articles in one: “Fading Illusions” by Mark Weber and Kevin Strom; “The ‘Good War’
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Classic Essays

by Mark Weber WORLD WAR II was not only the greatest military conflict in history, it was also America’s most important twentieth-century war. It brought profound and permanent social, governmental and cultural changes in the United States, and has had a great impact on how Americans regard…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver WHEN Francis Parker Yockey completed and published Imperium in 1948, he wrote a comparatively short sequel or pendant to his major work. This sequel, which he later entitled The Enemy of Europe, is now lost, but he had his manuscript with him when he was in Germany in 1953, and, after…
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EssaysHadding Scott

by Hadding Scott TAKI’S MAG on 1 December 2016 published an essay by Jew and former Holocaust Revisionist David Cole titled, “See, This Is Why We Can’t Have White Things.” The essay pretends to advise White nationalists about how best to present themselves. Even apart from…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) THE REPORT FROM LONDON on Japanese industrial superiority in the January Liberty Bell asked, in effect, whether the nations of Europe and North America which are still largely White could do anything about it. That, of course, was the wrong question. The crucial consideration…
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Essays

by Mark Weber (pictured) WORLD WAR II was not only the greatest military conflict in history, it was also America’s most important twentieth-century war. It brought profound and permanent social, governmental and cultural changes in the United States, and has had a great impact on how Americans…
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