A grand sweep of the relationship between civilization, culture and race. Using historical examples, the author shows that different races create different civilizations, each a reflection of their own inner values. These civilizations and cultures only come to an end when the originating races are destroyed—through physical integration and racial miscegenation.
“Culture is primarily artistic, that is born from the soul of a people, who may utilize many tools in the pursuit of their achievements.
“Needless to say, the better the tools the higher the Culture, but in all cases of Western history the discoveries of ancient or contemporary peoples that aided Western Civilization were attained by Europeans themselves, never were they the result of culture mixing.”
I The Lesson of History
II Race is a Reality
III Biotype — The Essential Promoter (Or Retarder)
IV The Meaning of Race
V The Importance of Religion To A Civilized Culture