The Passing of the Great Race Centenary Edition Race Original European Religions Volume VII: The Celtic Gods Is There Intelligent Life on Earth? The Lays of Ancient Rome Nova Europa: European Survival Strategy in a Darkening World The Children of Ra: Artistic, Historical, and Genetic Evidence for Ancient White Egypt Victory or Violence: The Story of the AWB of South Africa
The Rosetta Stone

The Rosetta Stone

By E.A. Wallis Budge. The Rosetta Stone remains one of the world’s most recognizable ancient artifacts, and has come to symbolize not only Egypt, but also the art of translation…. Read more »

Heredity in Relation to Eugenics

Heredity in Relation to Eugenics

By Charles Benedict Davenport. A masterful, thoroughly researched and documented survey of the effects of inheritance upon positive and negative human traits—including physical, mental, and racial attributes—this book was acknowledged… Read more »

The Jewish War

The Jewish War

By Flavius Josephus. Translated by William Whiston. The blood-drenched, firsthand account of the 66–70 AD war between Rome and the Jews, as told by a Jewish rebel fighter turncoat who… Read more »

Germania and Agricola

Germania and Agricola

By Tacitus. Translated by Alfred J. Church. Described by two prominent twentieth century leftist academics as one of the “most dangerous books ever written,” Roman historian Tacitus’s 98 AD work… Read more »

The Annals

The Annals

By Tacitus. Translated by Alfred J. Church. Regarded as his finest work, Tacitus’s Annals remain one of the most important sources of early Roman history. Written while he was a… Read more »

Histories

Histories

By Tacitus. Translated by Alfred J. Church. A new edition of the famous 100 AD work by Roman historian Publius Cornelius Tacitus which describes the one year period of anarchy… Read more »

The Races of Europe: Carleton Coon

The Races of Europe: Carleton Coon

By Professor Carleton Stevens Coon. One of the most important anthropological overviews of European racial types ever published. Although some of its conclusions have since been eclipsed by DNA studies, this work… Read more »

Behind Communism 1917—2010

Behind Communism 1917—2010

By Frank L Britton. Updated, revised and expanded 1917—2010. Fully revised, expanded and updated from the original 1952 book, this work clearly shows that Communism grew out of Russian Judaism…. Read more »

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 »

Nova Europa: European Survival Strategy in a Darkening World

Nova Europa: European Survival Strategy in a Darkening World

By Arthur Kemp. Given current demographic trends, European people will first become an outright minority in their own lands within the next thirty years. Thereafter, they will become a tiny… 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 »

IQ and Race: The Complete Overview

IQ and Race: The Complete Overview

By Richard Hume. Featuring the work of Dr. Henry Garrett and overviews of the research conducted by Professors Arthur Jensen, J. Philippe Rushton Richard J. Herrnstein, Charles Murray, Richard Lynn,… 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 »

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