The complete history of the white race, spanning 350 centuries of tumultuous events. This is a story–of vast visions, empires, achievements, triumphs, reckless blunders, crushing defeats, and stupendous struggles.
Most importantly, revealed in this work is the one true cause of the rise and fall of the world’s greatest empires – that all civilizations rise and fall according to their racial homogeneity and nothing else–a nation can survive wars, defeats, natural catastrophes, but not racial dissolution.
This new edition has been completely rewritten and updated, and contains new chapters, DNA studies, and other additions which shed further light on the white race’s progress—and destiny.
It also now includes a final section called “The Final Call—What Can be Done?”
Volume I contains the Prologue and Chapters 1 to 39.
Volume II contains Chapters 40 to 69, the Postscript, Appendices, and Index.
Prologue: Some Important Facts
Chapter 1: The First White Racial Types
Chapter 2: The First Stirrings—the Late Paleolithic Age
Chapter 3: Vast Temples and First Cities—the Neolithic Age
Chapter 4: Laying the Foundations—the Old European Civilizations
Chapter 5: Born of the Black Sea—the Indo-European Invasions
Chapter 6: To the Ends of the Earth—Lost White Migrations
Chapter 7: Inexorably Overwhelmed—Whites in the Middle East
Chapter 8: Nordic Desert Empire—Ancient Egypt
Chapter 9: Genesis of Western Thought—Classical Greece
Chapter 10: Conqueror and Creator—Alexander the Great
Chapter 11: The Age of the Caesars—Pre-Christian Rome
Chapter 12: Power and Purpose—the Glory of Rome
Chapter 13: Opponents and Allies—Rome and the Celts
Chapter 14: The Useful Foe—Rome and the Germans
Chapter 15: Racial Cauldron—Rome and the Middle East
Chapter 16: By Stealth and Steel—Christianity
Chapter 17: The First Great Race War—Attila the Hun 372–454 AD
Chapter 18: The Triumph of the Slaves—the Fall of Rome
Chapter 19: Eastern Bulwark—Byzantine
Chapter 20: The Second Great Race War—the Crusades 1095–1270
Chapter 21: Lessons in Decline—Spain and Portugal
Chapter 22: The Third Great Race War—the Moors Invade Europe 711–1492
Chapter 23: The Nordic Reservoir—Scandinavia
Chapter 24: The Fury of the Men of the North—the Vikings
Chapter 25: Flamboyance and Ferment—France
Chapter 26: Destiny and Destruction—Napoleon Bonaparte
Chapter 27: The Isle of Influence—England, Scotland, and Wales
Chapter 28: Civil War and Emigration—Ireland
Chapter 29: Small yet Significant—the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg
Chapter 30: The Fourth Great Race War—Bulgars, Avars, Magyars, and Khazars 550–950
Chapter 31: The Fifth Great Race War—Genghis Khan and the Mongols 1220–1650
Chapter 32: Continual Conquest—the Baltic States
Chapter 33: The Test of Ethnicity—Switzerland, Czechoslovakia, and Yugoslavia
Chapter 34: The Sixth Great Race War—the Ottoman Holocaust 1300–1919
Chapter 35: Balkan Turmoil—Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, and Greece
Chapter 36: Risorgimento—the Resurrection of Italy after the Fall of Rome
Chapter 37: Gott Mit Uns—the Rise of Germany
Chapter 38: The Doomed Empire—Austria and Hungary
Chapter 39: The Rise and Fall of the Tsars—Russia 862–1917
348 pages. Black and white interior.