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An obituary Introduction: The freewill death of Adolf Hitler and his wife, Eva, took place at 3:30 pm on April 30, 1945. The following obituary and memorial tribute appeared in the Hamburger Zeitung on May 2the day before the city fell to the Allies. It reflects the somber, respectful attitude…
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Andrew HamiltonEssays

Denmark, showing the locations of the ancient Danish wall and Viking trading hub of Hedeby. Germany is south of the wall, southern Sweden hangs down from the upper right. by Andrew Hamilton DENMARK OCCUPIES the Jutland Peninsula. In the south, where the peninsula joins the mainland, the prehistoric…
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Germania, symbol of the German nation by Andrew Hamilton TACITUS’ Germania, a short monograph on German ethnography written c. 98 AD, is of great historical significance. The transmission of the text to the present day, and certain adventures and tensions surrounding it, make for an interesting…
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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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by Douglas Mercer ROUGHLY SPEAKING, in the first third of the 20th century, elites all over the White world began to realize that White mastery of the world was not an a given, eternal thing — began to realize that it needed to be won again. So they waged war, first with the pen and then with applied…
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They’re hungry. So they feed. by Douglas Mercer NAPOLEON famously lamented that “the Jews are like locusts and they eat my France!” Brave last words. This man of battle once tried to solve the Jewish Question and got hoodwinked by the rabbis. Earlier, in 1799, Napoleon dreamed of marching into…
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Otto von Bismarck and Adolf Hitler pursued similar goals under different circumstances. Adolf Hitler’s Goals and Personality
(1930)
by Dr. Johannes Stark
translated by Hadding Scott, 2012 II. The Leader All progress and all culture of humanity are not born from the majority, but rely exclusively…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Edward VIII by Revilo P. Oliver EDWARD VIII succeeded his father, George V, on 20 January 1936, and abdicated the throne on 11 December of the same year. The ostensible reason for his abdication was his determination to marry “the woman he loved,” his mistress, an American divorcee named…
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A local resident defending the Baden-Powell statue in Poole, Dorset THE ASSAULT on British history continues, with Lord Baden-Powell (founder of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides) the latest target. Locals in Poole, Dorset, rallied in defence of the Baden-Powell statue, and the local council announced…
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by Leon Degrelle “HITLER — You knew him — what was he like?” I have been asked that question a thousand times since 1945, and nothing is more difficult to answer. Approximately two hundred thousand books have dealt with the Second World War and with its central figure, Adolf Hitler. But has…
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