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An important work by leading National Socialist thinker Alfred Rosenberg, written five years before the 1933 accession to power. by Alfred Rosenberg Introduction by Hadding Scott: The focus here is not on Jews or Marxism or the Underman, although all are mentioned. Rosenberg here is focused on…
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Introduction by Hadding Scott: Paul de Lagarde (1827 – 1891) was a professor at the University of Göttingen and highly respected in the field of ancient Near-Eastern languages. He was chiefly concerned with elucidation of the Bible, but also wrote books about the ancient Persians and Armenians,…
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The Iron Chancellor, the man who created modern Germany, acted imprudently where Jews were concerned. by Alfred Rosenberg
translated by Hadding Scott THE BIRTHDAY of the Iron Chancellor was reverently observed in all parts of Germany even in 1921. Now that his work lies in heaps of rubble, having been…
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Introduction by Hadding Scott: While Alfred Rosenberg distrusts the motives of those advocating a “United States of Europe” in the 1920s (among whom Jews figured prominently), he sees it as desirable that European states at least stop fighting among themselves in foreign policy and…
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Translation and Introduction
by Hadding Scott BY 1934 the supporters of the NSDAP included many recent converts from other ideologies, some of whom had supported the old order of the Prussian Monarchy, others (like Goebbels) who had been Marxists. The Italian Fascist state had already appeared for…
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by Guillermo Coletti Should the subduing talisman, the Cross, break, then will come the roaring forth of wild madness of the old champions… The talisman is brittle, and the day will come when it will pitifully break. The old stone gods will rise… and rub the dust of a thousand years from their eyes. And…
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by Hadding Scott ALFRED ROSENBERG’S diary, spanning Spring 1936 to Winter 1944, disappeared after the war (stolen by Jewish prosecutor Robert Kempner) but was rediscovered in 2013. The diary, touted by Henry Mayer of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as “the most revealing…
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by Alfred Rosenberg (pictured)
from his Memoirs (1946) WHAT [HITLER’S] OWN beliefs were he never told me in so many words. Once, at table, he said a high-placed Italian had asked him point-blank what his religious beliefs were. He had begged permission not to answer that question. In his speeches…
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