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Otto Ernst Remer, 1912-1997 Putting down the ‘Valkyrie’ conspiracy: my role in Berlin on July 20, 1944 by Otto Ernst Remer MY ASSIGNMENT to the guard regiment “Grossdeutschland” in Berlin was actually a form of rest and recreation — my first leave from the front —…
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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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by Matt Koehl Nowhere has the National Socialist position been more distorted and misconstrued than in the field of race relations. Not only has this poisoned the well of public discourse and prevented meaningful dialogue and understanding, but by creating a climate of falsehood and deceit, it has
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[T]he power of the hero… [W]hat we need is not more people telling us that ‘they will change things from the inside and take over a mainstream party’ but a new political messiah. by Karl Radl IRVING E. COX’S 1955 science fiction novella, The Cartels Jungle,  tells the story of how a newly retired…
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by Chris Rossetti I THOUGHT that since Kevin Strom mentioned Coldplay’s song Viva la Vida in this week’s ADV, I should post this video based on a tender,…
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THERE ONCE WAS A MAN who fought against Adolf Hitler. In 1940 he left college to join the U.S. Navy, so he could fight and kill Germans and help destroy their Leader. Starting out as an ordinary recruit, he rose through the ranks, eventually becoming a full naval commander.  Serving in two…
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Adolf Hitler’s birthplace, photographed in 1938 by Martin Kerr HITLER WAS RIGHT: The more enormous and preposterous a lie is, the quicker it captures the public’s imagination and is believed, and the harder it is to dispel. “[S]ince the great masses of people at the very bottom of their hearts tend to…
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US President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Casablanca, Morocco, January 22, 1943 Nothing is so little regarded in the West as free thought and truth. Explanations are controlled to advance the agendas of the ruling interest groups. by Paul Craig Roberts IN…
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by James Harting I reread and studied [Mein Kampf] some more. Slowly, bit by bit, I began to understand. I realized that National Socialism, the iconoclastic worldview of Adolf Hitler, was the doctrine of scientific, racial idealism – actually a new ‘religion’ for our times. (George Lincoln Rockwell,…
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“Hitler Didi,” about a young Indian woman with the strict, righteous, and forceful character of Adolf Hitler, was a soap opera produced by Zee TV in Dinesh D’Souza’s hometown of Bombay. by Hadding Scott DISCRIMINATION based on ancestry is traditional and normal in India.…
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