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David SimsEssays

by David Sims LOW TECHNOLOGY street fighting, without guns, need not be without effective weaponry. Long before there were such things as explosives or gunpowder, the ancient Romans used equivalents to the rifle, the light cannon, and artillery, which were made out of wood and metal, and either corded…
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Essays

Did the human “domestication” inherent in civilized society cause genetic changes? Could that partially account for the acceptance of Christianity and the rise of the more submissive male? Could this have applied not only to Rome, but to all advanced European societies? Abstract OVER…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

By Dr. William L. Pierce Iberians, Phoenicians, Celts, Romans, Goths, Jews, and Moors Gave Spain Racial Diversity
Jews Infest Spain, Betray it to Muslim Invaders
Moors End Gothic Rule, Are Stopped by Franks
White Reconquest of Spain Takes Over 700 Years JUST AS THE southeastern-most region of Europe…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

One may hope that the conquest is only temporary. by Revilo P. Oliver A READER asks: Dr. Revilo Oliver in Christianity and the Survival of the West states that pagan Nordics accepted Christianity because it was “more congenial to their minds.” Well, if the religion of Thor and Odin was too…
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Classic Essays

Celtic folkways and the clash with Romans and Germans by Nick Griffin IN THE previous issue we looked at the origins and prehistory of the Celts. We traced their spread westward over Europe and their growing influence on their neighbors, up until the time of their first clashes with the Romans. (ILLUSTRATION:…
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Classic Essays

Their origins and prehistory by Nick Griffin “The whole nation is war-mad, both high-spirited and ready for battle, but otherwise simple, though not uncultured.”
— Strabo, 1st century A.D. geographer “Golden is their hair and golden their garb. They are resplendent in…
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