Essays

Measures for the devastation of the heart of Europe by Dr. Claus Nordbruch LONG BEFORE the outbreak of the Second World War, and certainly long before the outcome of this European slaughter of brothers was foreseeable, the victors-to-be and their hangers-on had made plans for the disposition of Germany…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ECOLOGISTS, as they now call themselves, have long been concerned over the chemical pollution of land, air, and water in industrial nations and the ever accelerated depletion of natural resources throughout the entire globe. Aside from some shameless exploitation of this concern…
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Adolf Hitler’s speech in the Lustgarten, May 1939 THE FOUNDATIONS for the life of a people are not to be found in doctrines and theories, but in its Lebensraum, in what the earth affords it for sustenance. Hence, Lebensraum cannot be regarded separately from the Lebenshohe (peak of life) of…
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EssaysHadding Scott

Hitler’s peace offers 1933-1939 Introduction by Hadding Scott: This pamphlet bears no date but was evidently composed and published in the months between the conquest of Poland and the commencement of hostilities between France, Britain, and Germany. A French-language edition also exists. …
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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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by Charles Weber ON 1 September 1939 German armed forces invaded parts of Germany that had been annexed to the newly formed Polish state after 1918. On 3 September 1939 England and France, with their mighty armed forces and their vast empires, declared war on Germany, using the German armed action as…
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by Leon Degrelle The First Years of the Third Reich I. Who Would End the Bankruptcy? “We have the power. Now our gigantic work begins.” THOSE WERE HITLER’S words on the night of January 30, 1933, as cheering crowds surged past him, for five long hours, beneath the windows of the Chancellery…
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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 EssaysWilliam Pierce

Editor’s Note: The chapter below explaining the devastating racial consequences of the Jews’ victory in World War Two is the most important section of Pierce’s Who We Are series. It’s impossible to understand the decline and fall of Western Man without understanding what
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by James Shellshear FRANCIS PARKER Yockey was born a hundred years ago this year, and his masterpiece, Imperium, was written seventy years ago. It is appropriate, then, to re-examine Yockey’s work and ask the question: Did his predictions turn out to be right? Yockey believed, at the time of writing …
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