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Adolf Hitler

Classic Essays

IT IS NOT THE task of a theoretician to determine the varying degrees in which a cause can be realized, but to establish the cause as such — that is to say: he must concern himself less with the road than with the goal. In this, however, the basic correctness of an idea is decisive and not the difficulty…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer FOR ALL but a few historical figures, historians have a basic handle on who they were, what they did, and what they were about. Julius Caesar? Was he for the people, or was he against them? That’s a decent question but the alternatives are soon exhausted. But no one really questions…
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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

by Douglas Mercer WAY BACK in 19 hundred and 53 when White America was still at the midway point of its dissolution, the great and good Daughters of the Confederacy donated the famous and beautiful Jackson/Lee stained glass windows to the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. At the time no one thought…
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Classic Essays

ONE QUESTION came to the fore, however: can spiritual ideas be exterminated by the sword? Can ‘philosophies’ be combated by the use of brute force? Even at that time I pondered this question more than once: If we ponder analogous cases, particularly on a religious basis, which can be found in history,…
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Essays

“Am Anfang war das Wort” (“In the Beginning Was the Word”) by Hermann Otto Hoyer, 1937 As we approach the National Socialist anniversary month of September, Martin Kerr provides us a succinct framework of understanding for us. by Martin Kerr THE YEAR 2019 marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of…
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Essays

These quotations are from Hitler’s Table Talk, which is a series of informal, private conversations among Hitler and his closest associates, as recorded by Martin Bormann. THE CONVERSATIONS from which these excerpts are taken occurred from July 1941 to June 1942, mostly late at night or in early morning.…
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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer IN 1907 Indiana passed the first sterilization law in the world, aimed at culling the unfit from the gene pool; within two decades a total of 33 states had followed suit. Unlikely allies Margaret Sanger and Madison Grant worked together to lower the birth rate of non-Whites. Woodrow…
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EssaysPerspective

by Arman
as told to H. Millard WHAT WAS really at the core of Hitler’s being? It was to do God’s work to help Whites evolve as part of God’s Plan. If you think of Hitler and the German National Socialists only in terms of politics or the war, then you are making a big mistake. And the enemies…
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Humor

George Lincoln Rockwell by Kenneth Roberts GEORGE LINCOLN Rockwell liked to tell the joke about the young man who
left the American Nazi Party. Rockwell was puzzled by the sudden departure of the youth and he
queried him as to the reason for such a rash move. “While you are certainly free to go and we wish…
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Essays

A SPECIAL ROLE in the early days of the National Socialist movement was played by the poet and dramatist Dietrich Eckart, who came from Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz. He joined the Deutsche Arbeiter Partei in the summer of 1919. The pinnacle of his philosophical work was the German translation of Henrik…
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