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A Journey to Ashango-land, and Further Penetration into Equatorial Africa

A Journey to Ashango-land, and Further Penetration into Equatorial Africa

By Paul B. du Chaillu. One of the most famous early white explorers of central West Africa, the American Paul du Chaillu won fame for confirming the existence of the… 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 »

Explorations and Adventures in Equatorial Africa

Explorations and Adventures in Equatorial Africa

By Paul du Chaillu.  One of the most famous early white explorers of central West Africa, the American Paul du Chaillu won fame for confirming the existence of the gorilla—and… Read more »

Josephine

Josephine

By John S. C. Abbott. “Know the woman, and you will know the man” is a proverb oft-repeated, and nowhere is it proved truer than in this highly insightful biography… Read more »

The Stroop Report in German and English

The Stroop Report in German and English

By Jürgen Stroop. Translated, annotated and introduced by Arthur Kemp. The Stroop Report is the official German account of the destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto from April to May 1943,… Read more »

Tom Quick the Indian Slayer and the Pioneers of Minisink and Wawarsink

Tom Quick the Indian Slayer and the Pioneers of Minisink and Wawarsink

By James E. Quinlan. One of the most dramatic tales from early pioneer America, the story of Tom Quick and his one-man war against the American Indians still arouses strong… Read more »

Through Europe & Egypt with Napoleon

Through Europe & Egypt with Napoleon

By H. E. Marshall. Perhaps France’s most famous modern historical figure, Napoleon Bonaparte’s legacy still reaches over Europe today in legal codes and even many national boundaries. Master storyteller H…. Read more »

The Civil War in France: The Paris Communist Uprising of 1871

The Civil War in France: The Paris Communist Uprising of 1871

By Karl Marx. A gripping account of the infamous and short-lived 1871 “Paris Commune,” or Communist uprising, in France’s capital city, written by the founder of Communism. Marx’s book was… 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 »

Mein Kampf: The Stalag Edition—The Only Complete and Officially Authorised English Translation Ever Issued

Mein Kampf: The Stalag Edition—The Only Complete and Officially Authorised English Translation Ever Issued

By Adolf Hitler. Translator: Unknown NSDAP member. This is the only complete, unabridged, and officially authorised English translation ever issued by the Nazi party, and is not to be confused… Read more »

The Country of the Dwarfs

The Country of the Dwarfs

By Paul du Chaillu. The fifth classic study of African wildlife, culture, and native tribes as they existed in the mid-1800s, written by the first European explorer to confirm the… Read more »

My Apingi Kingdom

My Apingi Kingdom

By Paul du Chaillu. The fourth classic study of African wildlife, culture, and native tribes as they existed in the mid-1800s, written by the first European explorer to confirm the… Read more »

Lost in the Jungle

Lost in the Jungle

By Paul du Chaillu. The third classic study of African wildlife, culture, and native tribes as they existed in the mid-1800s, written by the first European explorer to confirm the… Read more »

Jews Must Live: An Account of the Persecution of the World by Israel on All the Frontiers of Civilization

Jews Must Live: An Account of the Persecution of the World by Israel on All the Frontiers of Civilization

By Samuel Roth. Written by one of America’s most famous Jewish pornographers, this work provides a shocking and insightful account of Jewish attitudes towards Gentiles. Samuel Roth first embraced Judaism… Read more »

Russia’s Agony

Russia’s Agony

By Robert Wilton. The London Times’ correspondent in Russia provided the first western eyewitness account of the monumental events which resulted in the creation of the Soviet Union. Wilton provides… Read more »

Wild Life Under the Equator

Wild Life Under the Equator

By Paul du Chaillu. The second classic study of African wildlife, culture, and native tribes as they existed in the mid-1800s, written by the first European explorer to confirm the… Read more »

Communism with the Mask Off and Bolshevism in Theory and Practice

Communism with the Mask Off and Bolshevism in Theory and Practice

By Dr. Joseph Goebbels. Two dramatic speeches, made by the German Minister of Propaganda, at the famous Nuremberg rallies of 1935 and 1936, which sum up the National Socialist interpretation… Read more »

The Story of Lord Clive

The Story of Lord Clive

By John Lang.  More than anyone else, the English-born Lord Clive of India was responsible for the colonization, ordering, and remaking of the British Empire in India—and for laying the… Read more »

The Fort Dearborn Massacre and the Birth of Chicago

The Fort Dearborn Massacre and the Birth of Chicago

By James Alton James, Nelly Kinzie Gordon, and Linai T. Helm. The present-day Midwest American city of Chicago was, at the time of its founding in the early 1800s, on… 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.

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