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Bombing Vindicated

Bombing Vindicated

By J. M. Spaight. Published in 1944 by a former British Principal Secretary of the Air Ministry as a response to increasing discontent in Britain with the Allied bombing of… Read more »

History of Louis Philippe

History of Louis Philippe

By John S. C. Abbott. A fascinating account of the life, trials, tribulations—and ultimately failure—of one of Europe’s first notable “constitutional monarchs,” Louis Philippe (1773–1850). The first king to be… Read more »

Into the Darkness: An Uncensored Report from inside the Third Reich at War

Into the Darkness: An Uncensored Report from inside the Third Reich at War

By T. Lothrop Stoddard. A leading American journalist travels to Nazi Germany in December 1939, arriving in wartime Germany where all the lights are blacked out in preparation for an… Read more »

Where Black Rules White: A Journey across and about Hayti

Where Black Rules White: A Journey across and about Hayti

By H. Hesketh Prichard. In 1899, this British author was the first white man to cross the interior of the black island republic since 1803. This incredible book describes in excruciating, horrifying… Read more »

The French Revolution in San Domingo

The French Revolution in San Domingo

By T Lothrop Stoddard. The shocking true story of the race war in the French colony of San Domingo, now called Haiti, which raged from 1789 to 1805. During this time, 450,000… Read more »

Take Your Choice: Separation or Mongrelization

Take Your Choice: Separation or Mongrelization

By Theodore G Bilbo. The author was America’s most controversial politician ever elected to high office, including the governorship and senate of the state of Mississippi. This book, written while Bilbo was… Read more »

Conquest of a Continent

Conquest of a Continent

By Madison Grant. By using documented historical fact, Madison Grant proved that the colonial stock who opened up America for settlement were primarily of Northwestern European stock, with particular emphasis… Read more »

Adolf Hitler-A Short Sketch of His Life: Terramare Series Number One.

Adolf Hitler-A Short Sketch of His Life: Terramare Series Number One.

By Philipp Bouhler. The official biography of Adolf Hitler, issued by the German Foreign Office in Berlin, 1938. Written by the Head of the Führer Chancellery, and published under the… Read more »

With Hitler on the Road to Power

With Hitler on the Road to Power

By Otto Dietrich. Subtitled “Personal Experiences with my Leader,” this work, written by Adolf Hitler’s chief of press in 1934, details the three tumultuous election campaign years from 1930 through… Read more »

Germany Reborn

Germany Reborn

By Hermann Goering. This book, written by the man who would ultimately become Adolf Hitler’s deputy, was one of the first attempts to explain the National Socialist revolution to non-Germans…. Read more »

History of Peter the Great

History of Peter the Great

By Jacob Abbott. Using original research and documentation, master storyteller Jacob Abbott once again weaves his magic to transform dry history into an intensely readable and action-packed epic, this time… Read more »

San Jacinto: The Sixteenth Decisive Battle

San Jacinto: The Sixteenth Decisive Battle

By Clarence Wharton. Drawing upon Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy’s Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World, Texas historian Clarence Wharton defined the 1836 Battle of San Jacinto—when Mexican Emperor Santa Anna… Read more »

Germany and the Jewish Question

Germany and the Jewish Question

By Dr. Friederich Karl Wiehe. Translated by Eckhart Verlag. Annotated by Francis Dupont. First published by the Institute for the Study of the Jewish Question in Berlin in 1938, this… Read more »

A Diplomat’s Wife in Mexico

A Diplomat’s Wife in Mexico

By Edith O’Shaughnessy. Originally written in the form of a series of letters to her mother, this book turned into one of the most insightful accounts of the political upheavals… Read more »

The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet It

The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet It

Writings on Race: volume I. By Hinton Rowan Helper. One of the most influential anti-slavery books in pre-Civil War America, this book was written by a Southerner who not only… Read more »

American History: Volume VIII—Washington

American History: Volume VIII—Washington

By Jacob Abbott.  Part eight of an eight part series on the history of America from its earliest times through to the age of George Washington, told by master storyteller… Read more »

What the World Rejected: Hitler’s Peace Offers 1933–1940

What the World Rejected: Hitler’s Peace Offers 1933–1940

By Dr. Friedrich Stieve. Including: A Final Appeal for Peace and Sanity, July 1940, by Adolf Hitler; Hitler’s Political Testament, April 1945; Hermann Göring’s Last Letter to Winston Churchill, Nuremberg,… Read more »

American History: Volume VI—Revolt of the Colonies

American History: Volume VI—Revolt of the Colonies

By Jacob Abbott. Part six of an eight part series on the history of America from its earliest times through to the age of George Washington, told by master storyteller… Read more »

The Hoax of Soviet “Anti-Semitism”: Jews, Zionism, Communism, Israel and the Soviet Union 1918–1991

The Hoax of Soviet “Anti-Semitism”: Jews, Zionism, Communism, Israel and the Soviet Union 1918–1991

Writings from Winston Churchill, Leon Trotsky, Esther Frumkin, and the Novosti’s Press Agency’s Soviet Anti-Zionist Committee of Soviet Public Opinion Introduced, arranged, and annotated by Frank L. Britton. A fully-documented… Read more »

Hitler’s Second Book: German Foreign Policy

Hitler’s Second Book: German Foreign Policy

By Adolf Hitler. Translated, Introduced and Annotated by Arthur Kemp B.A (Int. Pol., Pol. Sci., Pub. Ad.) Often called Hitler’s “Secret Book,” this is the only full-length, completely unedited and… Read more »

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