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History of Cyrus the Great

History of Cyrus the Great

By Jacob Abbott. Cyrus II of Persia (c. 600–530 BC) was the founder of the Achaemenid Empire, which expanded to become one of the largest empires of the ancient world,… Read more »

History of Romulus

History of Romulus

By Jacob Abbott. More than just a marvelously-told history of the life of the founder of Rome, this work by storyteller extraordinaire Jacob Abbott shows how early historical accounts weaved… Read more »

History of Nero

History of Nero

By Jacob Abbott. The violent, bloody, and incredible story of Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus (37–68 AD), who was Roman Emperor from 54 to 68, forms the basis of this… Read more »

The Periplus of Hanno

The Periplus of Hanno

By Hanno. Translated by Wilfred H. Schoff, A.M. One of the only surviving complete documents from the great city of Carthage, written by the admiral Hanno at the height of… Read more »

Stories from the Iliad, or the Siege of Troy Told to the Children

Stories from the Iliad, or the Siege of Troy Told to the Children

By Jeanie Lang. A masterful retelling of the story of the siege of Troy, as contained in The Iliad. Written especially for younger readers, this book provides a perfect introduction to… Read more »

The Fifteen Decisive Battles of The World: From Marathon To Waterloo

The Fifteen Decisive Battles of The World: From Marathon To Waterloo

By Sir Edward Creasy, M.A. One of the greatest classics of military history ever written, produced by an English historian who understood the significance of race in history. The author… Read more »

The Story of France

The Story of France

By Mary MacGregor. One of the most complete and concise histories of the great nation of France ever written in English, Mary MacGregor’s classic work begins with the earliest recorded… Read more »

The History of Julius Caesar

The History of Julius Caesar

By Jacob Abbott. The name of Julius Caesar reverberates through history, not only as the most famous Roman ever, but as a symbol of imperial might, even reaching down through… Read more »

The Origin and Deeds of the Goths

The Origin and Deeds of the Goths

By Jordanes. Translated by Charles C. Mierow. De origine actibusque Getarum, or the Getica, is a summary of the now lost account by Cassiodorus of the origin and history of… Read more »

The Religious Attitudes of the Indo-Europeans

The Religious Attitudes of the Indo-Europeans

By Hans F.K. Günther. Leading pre-war racial scientist Hans F.K. Günther provides an insightful overview of the religion of pre-Christian Indo-European peoples from India to Iceland. Through a comparison of… Read more »

The Story of Japan

The Story of Japan

By R. Van Bergen. One of the first European-originated histories of Japan to appear in the English language, this remarkable work revealed many of the Asian nation’s ancient secrets to the world—many of which have once again been lost in the mists of time and political correctness.

The Aryan Origin of the Alphabet: Disclosing the Sumero Phoenician Parentage of Our Letters Ancient and Modern

The Aryan Origin of the Alphabet: Disclosing the Sumero Phoenician Parentage of Our Letters Ancient and Modern

By Laurence Austine Waddell. Building upon his earlier works in which he proved a racial link between the Indo-Europeans in Europe and ancient Sumeria, in this work the author shows… Read more »

The Epic of Gilgamesh

The Epic of Gilgamesh

By R. Campbell Thompson. The Epic of Gilgamesh is among the earliest surviving works of literature, with the earliest versions dating from around the Third Dynasty of Ur in early Sumeria (2150-2000 BC)…. Read more »

A History of Germany

A History of Germany

By H.E. Marshall. This work, first published in 1913, telling the story of Germany from before the Roman Empire to the time of Emperor Wilhelm II, was acknowledged an instant… Read more »

The Home of the Indo-Europeans: An Investigation Based on Language and History

The Home of the Indo-Europeans: An Investigation Based on Language and History

By Professor Harold H. Bender. Written by a professor of Indo-Germanic Philology in Princeton University, this masterpiece of detective work pieces together evidence from the study of language, geography, history… Read more »

The Origin of the English Nation

The Origin of the English Nation

By H. Munro Chadwick. Have you ever wondered where the term “Anglo-Saxon” came from? This book will tell you. The author provides a comprehensive overview of the Germanic tribes who… Read more »

The Races of Britain: A Contribution to the Anthropology of Western Europe

The Races of Britain: A Contribution to the Anthropology of Western Europe

By John Beddoe M.D. John Beddoe (1826—1911) was Britain’s foremost anthropologist who specialized in the study of race, craniology, and racial origins.  “The Races of Britain: A Contribution to the… Read more »

The Anthropological History of Europe

The Anthropological History of Europe

By John Beddoe M.D. John Beddoe was Britain’s foremost anthropologist who specialized in the study of race and racial origins. He was one of the foremost practitioners of the art… Read more »

The Origin of the Aryans

The Origin of the Aryans

By Isaac Taylor. A fine overview of early European racial anthropology, first published in a time before political correctness and leftist hatred suppressed the science. Taylor, the Canon of York,… Read more »

Against the Galilaeans: Roman Paganism’s Champion Argues against Christianity

Against the Galilaeans: Roman Paganism’s Champion Argues against Christianity

By Julian the Apostate (Flavius Claudius Julianus Augustus, Emperor of Rome 361—363 A.D.) First published in 363 AD., this is possibly the most censored book in history. Christian Church Father… Read more »

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