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Authentic History: Ku Klux Klan, 1865–1877

Authentic History: Ku Klux Klan, 1865–1877

By Susan Lawrence Davis. The only officially authorized history of the original Ku Klux Klan, written by the daughter of the founder of that organization in Alabama. Written to counteract the misrepresentations made about the original KKK and its activities, this now-suppressed book contains many astonishing “insider” insights, such as:
* The KKK was financed from England by the Jewish former Secretary of State for the Confederacy, Benjamin P. Judah (who fled the South at the end of the Civil War);

The Netherlands

The Netherlands

By Mary MacGregor. Illustrated by A. D. McCormick. A sweeping account from master history storyteller Mary MacGregor dealing with the tumultuous period of the Eighty Years’ War, or “Dutch Revolt,” and its main protagonists, the Spanish King Philip II, William I, Prince of Orange, the Duke of Alba, Don John of Austria, and the Duke of Anjou, all set against the dramatic and violent story of the establishment of the first modern republic in Europe.

The Free Press

The Free Press

An insightful essay which provides a perfect overview of how what has now become known as the “mainstream media” engages in the invention of fake news through the manipulation of events, half-truths, total omissions, and outright lies.
Written more than a century ago, and dealing with what was then the printed media, the author’s observations, evidence, and conclusions are just as applicable today as they were at the time.

The Jews

The Jews

By Hilaire Belloc. This defining work on Jews, Jewish ethnicity, behavior, impact, and the causes of anti-Semitism, remains one of the most ground-breaking and incisive such studies ever produced in the English language.
The book—dedicated to Hilaire Belloc’s Jewish friends—laid the blame for anti-Semitism squarely on Jewish behavior, that is, Gentile reaction to what he called the “inevitability of friction” caused by the presence of Jews in non-Jewish society.

The Adventures of John Jewitt, only Survivor of the Crew of the Ship Boston during a Captivity of Nearly Three Years among the Indians of Nootka Sound in Vancouver Island

The Adventures of John Jewitt, only Survivor of the Crew of the Ship Boston during a Captivity of Nearly Three Years among the Indians of Nootka Sound in Vancouver Island

By John Jewitt. Edited with an introduction and notes by Robert Brown, Ph.D. In 1803, the American ship Boston was attacked, seized, and burned by Nootka Indians while anchored off the Pacific Northwest Coast of what is now Canada. This journal—written by one of only two survivors of the massacre, provides a fascinating insight into the author’s 28 months as a slave of the Indians, one of the few white men to endure such a lengthy ordeal and live to tell the tale.

The Track of the Jew through the Ages

The Track of the Jew through the Ages

This classic study of the Jews, written when Rosenberg was only twenty-six years old, is based on an astonishingly wide range of historical sources and marked by the clearest understanding of the essential spiritual and intellectual differences between the Jews and the Europeans.
Tracing the history of the Jews in Europe from the Middle Ages to the Russian Revolution, it reveals the frighteningly ruthless manner in which the Jews, always a state within any state, gradually succeeded in destroying all the European empires in their aim of establishing a Zionist world-republic.

March of the Titans Volume I: The Rise of Europe

March of the Titans Volume I: The Rise of Europe

By Arthur Kemp. The complete history of the white race, spanning 350 centuries of tumultuous events. This is a story–of vast visions, empires, achievements, triumphs, reckless blunders, crushing defeats, and… Read more »

March of the Titans Volume II: The Rise of Europe

March of the Titans Volume II: The Rise of Europe

By Arthur Kemp.  The complete history of the white race, spanning 350 centuries of tumultuous events. This is a story–of vast visions, empires, achievements, triumphs, reckless blunders, crushing defeats, and… Read more »

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 »

White America: The American Racial Problem as Seen in a Worldwide Perspective

White America: The American Racial Problem as Seen in a Worldwide Perspective

By Earnest Sevier Cox. A masterful survey of the relationship between racial homogeneity and the preservation of civilization, described against a sweeping historical backdrop which includes Egypt, India, South America,… Read more »

Lincoln’s Negro Policy

Lincoln’s Negro Policy

By E.S. Cox. Contrary to popular belief, Abraham Lincoln—and many other famous American politicians and Founding Fathers—regarded total physical racial separation and the repatriation of all blacks back to Africa… Read more »

Polish Fairy Tales

Polish Fairy Tales

By A. J. Glinski. Translated by Maude Ashurst Biggs and illustrated by Cecile Walton. This beautifully-illustrated edition of A. J. Glinksi’s classic tales provides a marvelous glimpse into the world… Read more »

Germany Speaks

Germany Speaks

By Joachim von Ribbentrop and 21 state and party leaders. Nazi Germany explains itself to the English speaking world: the full original text from 1938. In the year immediately preceding… Read more »

The Nibelungenlied: Translated Into Rhymed English Verse in the Metre of the Original

The Nibelungenlied: Translated Into Rhymed English Verse in the Metre of the Original

By George Henry Needler. The Nibelungenlied (“The Song of the Nibelungs”) is an epic poem originally written in in Middle High German around the year 1180. It tells the story… Read more »

The Nibelungenlied (Prose Translation)

The Nibelungenlied (Prose Translation)

Translated by Daniel B. Shumway. The Nibelungenlied (“The Song of the Nibelungs”) is an epic poem originally written in in Middle High German around the year 1180. It tells the… Read more »

The Thirty Year’s War: 1618–1648

The Thirty Year’s War: 1618–1648

By Samuel Rawson Gardiner. One of the most complete histories of this inter-Christian war, fought mainly in the heartland of present-day Germany, in which up to 40 percent of the… Read more »

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