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The Passing of the Great Race—Centenary Edition

The Passing of the Great Race—Centenary Edition

By Madison Grant. Introductions by Professor Harry Fairfield Osborn. Ostara Publications is proud to announce the launch of the Centenary Edition of Madison Grant’s epic “The Passing of the Great… Read more »

The Empire of the Hittites

The Empire of the Hittites

By William Wright. Decipherment of Hittite inscriptions by Professor Archibald Henry Sayce. Written by a senior biblical scholar at the British and Foreign Bible Society in London, this book has… Read more »

The Hittites: The Story of a Forgotten Empire

The Hittites: The Story of a Forgotten Empire

By A.H. Sayce. One of the first books to reveal in detail the history of the Hittites—a people once thought only to have existed in biblical references—this classic masterpiece of… Read more »

The Rosetta Stone

The Rosetta Stone

By E.A. Wallis Budge. The Rosetta Stone remains one of the world’s most recognizable ancient artifacts, and has come to symbolize not only Egypt, but also the art of translation…. Read more »

The Jewish War

The Jewish War

By Flavius Josephus. Translated by William Whiston. The blood-drenched, firsthand account of the 66–70 AD war between Rome and the Jews, as told by a Jewish rebel fighter turncoat who… Read more »

Germania and Agricola

Germania and Agricola

By Tacitus. Translated by Alfred J. Church. Described by two prominent twentieth century leftist academics as one of the “most dangerous books ever written,” Roman historian Tacitus’s 98 AD work… Read more »

The Annals

The Annals

By Tacitus. Translated by Alfred J. Church. Regarded as his finest work, Tacitus’s Annals remain one of the most important sources of early Roman history. Written while he was a… Read more »

Histories

Histories

By Tacitus. Translated by Alfred J. Church. A new edition of the famous 100 AD work by Roman historian Publius Cornelius Tacitus which describes the one year period of anarchy… Read more »

The Races of Europe: Carleton Coon

The Races of Europe: Carleton Coon

By Professor Carleton Stevens Coon. One of the most important anthropological overviews of European racial types ever published. Although some of its conclusions have since been eclipsed by DNA studies, this work… Read more »

The Racial Elements of European History

The Racial Elements of European History

By Hans F.K. Günther. This long-suppressed work by one of Germany’s foremost racial thinkers was first published in English in 1927. The author, an unabashed Nordicist, provides a remarkable oversight… Read more »

Four Flags: The Indigenous People of Great Britain

Four Flags: The Indigenous People of Great Britain

By Arthur Kemp, B.A. (Pol. Sci., Int. Pol., Pub. Ad.). Fourth edition. Now updated to include the results of the 2015 study on the genetic origins of the white British… Read more »

The Jews, and the Jews in England

The Jews, and the Jews in England

By Anthony M. Ludovici. Originally written in 1938 under the pseudonym “Cobbett,” this book is British philosopher and polyglot Anthony M. Ludovici’s most strident political writing. Finished at a time when… Read more »

Racial Realities in Europe

Racial Realities in Europe

By T Lothrop Stoddard. We think of Europe in units of nations, and of those nations as homogenous, and we take to little account of race and race mixtures. That we cannot… Read more »

Teutonic Unity: A Basis for Peace

Teutonic Unity: A Basis for Peace

By Earnest Sevier Cox. An engrossing history of the Teutonic (Germanic) peoples from the time of the rebellion against the Roman Empire under Hermann to the twentieth century. First defining the Teutons… Read more »

The Religion of Ancient Egypt

The Religion of Ancient Egypt

By W. M. Flinders Petrie. A marvelous overview of the main gods, goddesses, religious practices, and belief systems of ancient Egypt, prepared by England’s foremost Egyptologist and expert on Middle… Read more »

Stories of the East from Herodotus

Stories of the East from Herodotus

By Alfred J. Church.  Herodotus, the “father of history,” is possibly the most famous historian of all—and perhaps the most maligned, despite his clear warning at the start of his… Read more »

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