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

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

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,… Read more »

Lord Haw-Haw: Twilight over England

Lord Haw-Haw: Twilight over England

By William Joyce.  This astonishing book, first published in English in Berlin in 1940, provides a penetrating analysis of British society before World War II, compares it to the achievements… Read more »

Religion for Infidels

Religion for Infidels

By Anthony M. Ludovici. A tour de force from Anthony Ludovici which addresses one of his favorite subjects: the issue of what he sees as the negative role of Christianity… Read more »

Germany’s Hitler: The Only Authorized Biography

Germany’s Hitler: The Only Authorized Biography

By Heinz A. Heinz. One of the most suppressed English-language books ever to emerge from Germany: the 1938 authorized biography of Adolf Hitler. The professional journalist author interviewed Hitler’s old… Read more »

The Specious Origins of Liberalism: The Genesis of a Delusion

The Specious Origins of Liberalism: The Genesis of a Delusion

By Anthony M. Ludovici. First published as a series of articles in The South African Observer in the 1960s, this work provides a fascinating historical-philosophical analysis of the origin of… Read more »

Chaucer for Children: A Golden Key

Chaucer for Children: A Golden Key

By Mrs. H. R. Haweis. Illustrated with pictures and woodcuts by the author. A beautifully laid out—and perfectly accurate to the original—copy of one of the most famous books on… Read more »

The Jews, and the Jews in England

The Jews, and the Jews in England

By Anthony M. Ludovici. Originally written in 1938 under the pseudonym “Cobbett,” this book is British philosopher and polyglot Anthony M. Ludovici’s most strident political writing. Finished at a time when… Read more »

Notes on Thus Spoke Zarathustra

Notes on Thus Spoke Zarathustra

By Anthony M. Ludovici. Meant to be read alongside Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra, these notes by famous British polyglot and Nietzsche student Anthony Mario Ludovici are perhaps the most… Read more »

Thus Spoke Zarathustra

Thus Spoke Zarathustra

By Friedrich Nietzsche. Introduction by Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche. Translated by Thomas Common. German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche’s most famous book, written between 1883 and 1885. Set as a narrative of the travels… Read more »

The Great South African Land Scandal

The Great South African Land Scandal

By Dr. Philip Du Toit. In 2007, thirteen years after adopting black rule, South Africa became a net food importer for the first time since its founding in 1652. This… Read more »

Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace

Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace

Edited by Harry Elmer Barnes. A classic collection of historical revisionist essays edited by Harry Elmer Barnes dealing with the astonishing duplicity of American foreign policy leading up to the… Read more »

Memoirs

Memoirs

By Alfred Rosenberg. The sensational memoirs of Alfred Rosenberg, the Third Reich’s leading ideologue, Minister of the Occupied Eastern Territories, and author of the Myth of the 20th Century, written… Read more »

The Chaucer Story Book

The Chaucer Story Book

By Eva March Tappan. A masterful retelling—in modern English—of a selection of The Canterbury Tales, one of the English language’s most popular and long-lasting literary works. Written at the end… Read more »

The Story of H. M. Stanley

The Story of H. M. Stanley

By Vautier Golding. Illustrated by L. D. Luard. The astonishing life of Sir Henry Morton Stanley (born John Rowlands, 1841–1904), Welsh journalist, adventurer, and explorer is related here, beginning with… Read more »

Page, Esquire, and Knight: A Book of Chivalry

Page, Esquire, and Knight: A Book of Chivalry

By Marion Florence Lansing. Illustrated by Charles Copeland. Fifteen exciting stories from the Medieval era of Knights, Courtly Love, and Chivalry, selected, arranged, and retold by Marion Florence Lansing. Beginning with… Read more »

Barbarian and Noble

Barbarian and Noble

By Marion Florence Lansing. Sixteen astonishing tales from European history, each dealing with a great clash between two mighty forces, described by the other either as barbarians or nobles. Originally… Read more »

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