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German Luftwaffe General Field Marshal Göring reviews his troops, Berlin, March 1, 1939 by Andrew Hamilton A LITTLE-KNOWN but highly significant military symbol of Germany and the Third Reich was the personalized Marshal’s baton, a short, heavy, bejeweled emblem of authority carried only by…
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Timeline of the tragic religious history of Europe by Chechar WHITE NATIONALISTS know very little about the history of the religion of their parents. This summary from Vlassis Rassias’ book Demolish Them published in Greek and posted at Thulean Perspective (here), is just a taste of the flavour…
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by David Sims HISTORY TEACHERS lie to their students by omission. Their narrative is gerrymandered to create a false impression. The American practice of slavery before the Civil War is a subject on which you can’t trust the official history. It leaves out many important facts because it’s…
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by Martin Kerr Introduction IN ORDER TO CHART a course for American National Socialism into the future, we must know where we stand today. And to have an accurate understanding of our present position we need to know where we came from. It is the goal of this series of articles to provide an outline of the…
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by David Sims IF YOU home-school your children, you will need to have history textbooks published before the era of Political Correctness. And keep in mind that all history texts are distorted by politics most greatly in regard to events that were but recently transpired when the text was brought to…
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Classic Essays

This is a chapter from the rare 1939 book, The Case for Germany, which gives the view of National Socialist Germany that the author, a Scottish scholar, developed during his time inside Hitler’s Third Reich. Far from being the sort of hateful diatribe that was the common British judgement in those
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver 1. A POLITICAL PUZZLE LYNDON LAROUCHE, who was several times sponsored as a candidate for the Presidency by his own volatile political organizations, is now serving a sentence of fifteen years in a Federal prison, and some of his subordinates are now being prosecuted in various states.…
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by August C. Mahr (1945) ON A GREAT NUMBER of Pennsylvania Dutch barns, there are geometrical ornaments painted on the outside walls; ornaments which, as a rule, show some sort of star within a circular disk (Figs. 1, 2, 8, 10b). The Pennsylvania Dutch barn in question is of the so-called Swiss bank-barn…
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by Lothar von Trotha THE JEW Peter Novick’s 1988 book That Noble Dream: The “Objectivity” Question and the American Historical Profession is a lengthy treatment of the downfall of academic standards (i.e. destroying the myth of “objectivity” that late 19th century historians began the…
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by Dr. William L. Pierce World’s First True Men Evolved in Europe
Did Cro-Magnon Man Equal Us? WE HAVE NOW looked at our ancestors’ physical remains — fossil skulls, teeth, and other bones — dating from prehuman times down to the appearance of Cro-Magnon Man, some 37,000 years…
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