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The Great Boer War

The Great Boer War

By Arthur Conan Doyle. Better known for his Sherlock Holmes books, Conan Doyle’s book was one of the first complete histories of the Anglo-Boer War as-it-happened. Published in 1902, Doyle’s book became the standard… 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 »

Why Civilizations Self-Destruct

Why Civilizations Self-Destruct

By Elmer Pendell. Giant intellects like Gibbon, Spengler and Toynbee have given us complex and tortuous reasons for the decline of civilizations. Dr. Pendell presents us with a simple one…. Read more »

History of Hortense: Daughter of Josephine, Queen of Holland, Mother of Napoleon III

History of Hortense: Daughter of Josephine, Queen of Holland, Mother of Napoleon III

By John S. C. Abbott. The story of Napoleon Bonaparte’s stepdaughter—and mother of Emperor Napoleon III—is as interesting as those of her more well-known family members, as revealed in this… Read more »

History of Madame Roland

History of Madame Roland

By John S. C. Abbott. The astonishing story of one of the leading women of the French Revolution—and of her own ironic but grisly end at the guillotine—is told with… Read more »

Colloquia Mensalia or the Familiar Discourses of Dr. Martin Luther at his Table Volume II

Colloquia Mensalia or the Familiar Discourses of Dr. Martin Luther at his Table Volume II

By Dr. Martin Luther. First published in 1566 in German, the “Table Talk” (as it is now more commonly known) is a collection of the towering Protestant Reformer’s informal, wide-ranging, often… Read more »

The Ring of the Nibelung

The Ring of the Nibelung

By. J Cuthbert Hadden. A concise and easily-readable summary of the plot of the epic four-cycle Richard Wagner Opera, collectively known as the Ring of the Nibelung. Designed to make… Read more »

Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits: The Bard’s Best Plays Told in Easy-to-Read Story Format

Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits: The Bard’s Best Plays Told in Easy-to-Read Story Format

Adapted from the work of William Shakespeare. Twenty of the most famous plays by the Western World’s greatest wordsmith come alive in this modern, easy-to-read retelling of their storylines. Explore… Read more »

The Iron Heel

The Iron Heel

By Jack London. A dramatic novel, set as a personal diary of a socialist revolutionary taking part in a bloody and violent uprising against plutocratic capitalism, first in the United… Read more »

Romance of Empire: South Africa

Romance of Empire: South Africa

By Ian D. Colvin. Part of the Romance of Empire series produced in London during the first decade of the twentieth century, this dashing sweep of South African colonial history tells… Read more »

Myths of the Norsemen from the Eddas and the Sagas

Myths of the Norsemen from the Eddas and the Sagas

By H. A. Guerber. A comprehensive overview of Norse legend and mythology, and a treasure trove of historical marvels, tales of glory and death, defeat and victory. As the author wrote… 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 »

Are We Aryans?

Are We Aryans?

Are We Aryans was produced by the US Communist Party-supporting Italian-American Gino Bardi in 1938 and was widely distributed amongst the Italian community in New York. In this work, Bardi,… Read more »

My Life

My Life

By Benito Mussolini. Foreword by Richard Washburn Child, former US Ambassador to Italy. First published in 1928 as La Mia Vita, this book was Mussolini’s autobiography written upon request of… Read more »

The Fascist Movement in Italian Life and Fascist Doctrines and Institutions

The Fascist Movement in Italian Life and Fascist Doctrines and Institutions

The Fascist Movement in Italian Life by Pietro Gorgolini, and Fascist Doctrines and Institutions by Benito Mussolini and Giovanni Gentile. These two major works—published independently in 1921 and 1935—together are the… Read more »

Peer Gynt

Peer Gynt

By Henrik Ibsen. Illustrations by Arthur Rackham. Peer Gynt is Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s most celebrated work, based loosely on the Scandinavian fairy tale character, Per Gynt. First published in 1867,… Read more »

The False Assumptions of Democracy

The False Assumptions of Democracy

By Anthony M. Ludovici. The False Assumptions of Democracy was the name given by philosopher Anthony M. Ludovici to two of his major writings: a longer book, first published in… Read more »

The Third Reich and Fascism Contra Liberal Democracy

The Third Reich and Fascism Contra Liberal Democracy

By Anthony M. Ludovici. A series of articles by philosopher Anthony M. Ludovici comparing the achievements of National Socialist Germany and Fascist Italy and those of the liberal democracies—and Britain… Read more »

The Importance of Racial Integrity And Eugenics and Consanguineous Marriages

The Importance of Racial Integrity And Eugenics and Consanguineous Marriages

By Anthony M. Ludovici. First published as a series in The South African Observer from 1958 to 1959, The Importance of Racial Integrity was philosopher Anthony M. Ludovici’s most important… Read more »

Lord Haw-Haw: National Socialism Now and Fascism and Jewry

Lord Haw-Haw: National Socialism Now and Fascism and Jewry

By William Joyce. Along with his later Twilight over England, these two writings by Irish American William Joyce (“Lord Haw-Haw”), first published during his years of activism in Britain prior… Read more »

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