The Last Man Against Time

by Savitri Devi Not only had Adolf Hitler done all he possibly could to avoid war, but he did everything he possibly could to stop it. Again and again -- first in October, 1939[1][2], immediately after the victorious end of the Polish campaign; then on the 22nd of June, 1940, immediately after the truce with … Continue reading The Last Man Against Time

National Socialism: The Biological Worldview

By Povl H. Riis Knudsen “At any given moment there is an orthodoxy, a body of ideas which it is assumed all right-thinking people will accept without question. It is not exactly forbidden to state this or that or the other, but it is “not done”. Anyone who challenges the prevailing orthodoxy finds himself silenced … Continue reading National Socialism: The Biological Worldview

The Holocaust, Anti-Semitism and the Historians

Now I must say before getting started that this article was very spontaneous so the writing will perhaps be different from the other articles i've written as it's more free flowing? I dunno, it was just something I wanted to write about because it has to do with a trend i've noticed in some of … Continue reading The Holocaust, Anti-Semitism and the Historians

Some Notes on Hitler, Hacha and the Czechs

Hacha himself never mentioned any intimidation. Goring had made a passing remark about the bombing of prague which has been interpreted in many different ways. Even being attributed to Hitler because Hitler himself co-opted it at a dinner conversation in 1942. Hacha himself puts the quote like this [I have a difficult task. I would … Continue reading Some Notes on Hitler, Hacha and the Czechs

What Adolf Hitler said about Nordicism

Hitler on Education and Race - He Denounces Nordic Cultists - Tasks of the Hitler Youth Hitler: Memoirs of a Confidant by Otto Wagener, pp. 275-280 Wagener continues by recounting a conversation he and Hitler had at the Bube Hotel in bad Berneck with Gauleiter Hans Schemm, who had come from Bayreuth to be with … Continue reading What Adolf Hitler said about Nordicism

What the Nazis really thought about Race

This Article was written by UC Berkeley Professor of Political Science Emeritus A. James Gregor, who has written extensively on Fascism and Marxism. This serious look at the racial policies of the Third Reich explains how the vague ideas of Adolf Hitler in the early years of his political struggle developed in the 1930s into … Continue reading What the Nazis really thought about Race