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by Friedrich Romig Editor’s Note: We at National Vanguard do not endorse all of the opinions or terminologies used in this review from the Visegrad Post, but we do find it a significant example of new thinking in Europe. The recognition that domination by (Jewish-controlled, though the author…
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Colonel General Alfred Jodl, as head of the German Armed Forces High Command, signs an “Act of Military Surrender” in Reims, France, on May 7, 1945. by Martin Kerr GERMANY AND ITS ALLIES suffered a total, crushing military defeat at the end of World War II, and its armed forces surrendered unconditionally…
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Remembering a Soviet crime Jews trying to move memorial to some of those they murdered during World War 2 IT’S VERY IMPORTANT that most of our history is erased. You need to know about muh slavery, the Holocaust and maybe the heroic story of Israel. Everything else is unnecessary baggage that only…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

“The Battered Face of Germany”: Ruins of the Reich, Pictured From the Air. Photos by Margaret Bourke-White featured in LIFE magazine | Source by Dr. William L. Pierce DO YOU REMEMBER what started the Second World War? Initially it was just a territorial dispute between Germany and Poland.…
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Classic Essays

As part of our commitment to the celebration of forgotten classics—i.e., great works of the past which have been intentionally flushed down the memory hole by our Orwellian overlords—National Vanguard is proud to present a condensed edition of Lothrop Stoddard’s pioneering treatise The…
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Classic Essays

As part of our commitment to the celebration of forgotten classics—i.e., great works of the past which have been intentionally flushed down the memory hole by our Orwellian overlords—National Vanguard is proud to present a condensed edition of Lothrop Stoddard’s pioneering treatise The…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Count Nikolai Tolstoy by Revilo P. Oliver THE BRITISH PRESS in November and December was full of pontificating about the ruin of Count Nikolai Tolstoy, of the Russian noble family that produced an astonishing number of well-known novelists, including the author of Anna Karenina and War and Peace.…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

Boris Yeltsin and Bill Clinton by Dr. William L. Pierce EVERY FEW MONTHS for the past several years I have used this program to warn against the policy of economic globalization, which has been one of the Clinton administration’s favorite policies. I pointed out the dangers for America in so-called…
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Sergei Prokofiev SERGEI PROKOFIEV (1891-1953) is generally recognized as one of the greatest of Russian composers. Working in a variety of genres, Prokofiev wrote for cinema, ballet, opera, and small ensembles in addition to composing symphonies. An avant-gardist during the early period of…
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A map of the gulags in the old Soviet Union; Americans have their own system, too. by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn I HAD NOT YET even heard the word “nasedka” — “stool pigeon” — nor learned that there had to be one such “stool pigeon” in each cell. And I had not yet had time to think things…
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