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Anybody have any comments on Hitler's War by David Irving? I just ordered a copy, havent read yet...
I started it, got 60, 100 pages in and was pulled away from it for some reason I can't recall now. What I did read, though, was interesting and well-written, not turgid and dense like a lot of history. Irving, I thought, is a fine writer. I'm not sure now, though, whether he believes now what he wrote back then. He's had somewhat of a conversion, I seem to recall reading somewhere.

I'm about to finish a long read, Hoffman's "Judaism Discovered." I'll be looking for something to take up the reading of; maybe Hitler's War is as good as any to restart and finish. Anyway, I hope you enjoy.
 

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Individualism and the Western Liberal Tradition: Evolutionary Origins, History, and Prospects for the Future - Kevin MacDonald,
Just an extension too culture of critique


Rip Fords Texas - Ford Oates, Texas Classics,
collection of stories from Texas ranger Rip Ford during Texas entrance into the United states and the war with mexico & the Indian wars

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amping and Woodcraft - Horace Kephart,

Pre-modern guide to camping, bush craft and survival skills

The Martian Way - Isaac Asimov,
Collection of short stories including the title


Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? - Phillip K.Dick
Most people have read it, very different to the blade runner movie, interesting discussion about religion holding together a broken society and what it means to be human

Viking Myths & Sagas - Rosalind Kerven,
Collection of Viking Myths translated into English passed down by word of mouth campfire storytelling in Scandinavia over hundreds of years

Storm of Steel - Ernst JΓΌnger
Recollection of the German front in WW1 from a well renowned war hero


Stuka pilot - Hans Ulric-Rudel

Inspiring to anyone who has yet to succeed in life, tells of how Rudel went from nobody to a Stuka pilot ace who destroyed 519 tanks and sunk an entire battleship
 
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That is a good book. So a friend told me. Was on my reading list way back when but I didn't get the chance to read it.
 

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That is a good book. So a friend told me. Was on my reading list way back when but I didn't get the chance to read it.
I’m not sure exactly who you’re replying to, but since I think it’s to me, then yeah you definitely should check out β€œEmpires of the Seaβ€œ. The heroism displayed in it will bring a tear to your eye, it’s honestly one of the most moving books I’ve ever read.
 

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Hugh Howey's Sci Fi "Wool" series of books is marvellous.

The action takes place in post apoc buried silos. The books are on library genesis.
 

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Kon Tiki

Watch the movie on Netflix first.

Exceptionally interesting, especially if you are into Gook-Waffen.
 

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Horatio Hornblower series plus the other good naval warfare series - Jack Aubrey and CS Forrester series.
 

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In agreement with Markie Boy's previous, comment, I'd recommend Joseph Conrad for those of you who like some meaty fiction. He was based as hell - Heart of Darkness is enlightening and eye-opening regarding Africa and race. Funny thing is...the narrator Marlowe grows to like and respect his crew of Cannibals as he travels up the river; "Fine fellows – cannibals – in their place. They were men one could work with, and I am grateful to them."

The Secret Agent (1907) is also a great novel and explains very well the anarchist / terrorist mindset:

'On the other side of the fireplace, in the horse-hair arm-chair where Mrs Verloc’s mother was generally privileged to sit, Karl Yundt giggled grimly, with a faint black grimace of a toothless mouth. The terrorist, as he called himself, was old and bald, with a narrow, snow-white wisp of a goatee hanging limply from his chin. An extraordinary expression of underhand malevolence survived in his extinguished eyes. When he rose painfully the thrusting forward of a skinny groping hand deformed by gouty swellings suggested the effort of a moribund murderer summoning all his remaining strength for a last stab. He leaned on a thick stick, which trembled under his other hand.

β€œI have always dreamed,” he mouthed fiercely, β€œof a band of men absolute in their resolve to discard all scruples in the choice of means, strong enough to give themselves frankly the name of destroyers, and free from the taint of that resigned pessimism which rots the world. No pity for anything on earth, including themselves, and death enlisted for good and all in the service of humanity – that’s what I would like to see.”

His little bald head quivered, imparting a comical vibration to the wisp of white goatee. His enunciation would have been almost totally unintelligible to a stranger. His worn-out passion, resembling in its impotent fierceness the excitement of a senile sensualist, was badly served by a dried throat and toothless gums which seemed to catch the tip of his tongue.'
 
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After Anglin posted the interview with Sam Hyde and Jay Dyer I purchased his book Esoteric Hollywood. It’s bretty gud.
 

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Thanks, RightRevival. I wrote Hold Back This Day when I was living in Northern California, shortly after my second daughter was born. That was 21 years ago, when the Internet was still fairly new. Since then, I've written several other novels, among them Eternity Beach, which is my most ambitious work of fiction yet, at over 800 pages. You can find it on Amazon. I also had a non-fiction book of mine - Beyond This Horizon, A White Nationalist Blueprint For Tomorrow, removed from Amazon during The Great Book Purge a while back. Thanks again for the feedback. I always enjoy hearing from those who have read my novels. ~~WK

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I've finally finished Eternity Beach. I liked it but have some mixed feelings, as I wonder if it's more sci-fi than a white nationalist novel. In particular, the alien technology of the Vryllq is used as a plot fix, explaining why everything on an alien planet replicated artefacts found on earth simply via alien technology, including whole libraries of books every letter of which is reproduced by alien technology probing the deep consciousness of those who had read the books. I think sci-fi is particularly good when there is a hint of verisimilitude - where you could actually believe that what is in the sci-fi could be true. Eg. wormholes are the stuff of sci-fi, but there is academic debate on the real existence of such things. I wouldn't require a pill to get me used to living on an alien planet after being shot dead - I would be ecstatic to end up in such a place leading an easy existence for ever. The book is particularly good in showing the degeneracy of modern life, in the form of race mixing and allowing homosexual predators to ply their trade. And some of the novel could even be prophetic of the current US riots, although they are currently Antifa riots rather than any kind of pro-white uprising. The praise for Adolf Hitler in the book is somewhat ludicrous, and if you were to tell people the premise of the book is that people who suffer violent deaths are transported by alien technology to a distant planet ruled by Adolf Hitler, most people would, without reading it, assume the book was crap. Anyone who accepts the sci-fi-style premises will however enjoy the book and come to identify strongly with the main character, Garrick Fenstad.
 
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One of Lovecraft's less known stories:

 

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The Heart of Darkness, by Conrad, written in 1899. It speaks directly to our current troubles.

The Heart of Darkness is of course the darkness of niggerdom, Africa, and the very heart of Niggerdom, the Congo.

An English sailor schemes to get appointed captain of a steamboat on the Congo River, by a Belgian company trading in Ivory. So he departs from London to Africa, descending into the Darkness.

Anyone who saw Apocalypse Now will instantly see where the character of Col. Kurtz came from. It came from this book.

Kurtz is the head of the trading station deepest of all into the darkness. He is beyond all authority. The natives worship him as a God. His station is surrounded with wooden stakes impaled with native heads.

Kurtz is a total genius, and without morals or faith. But he is dying of some tropical disease. He gives to the sailor, Marlowe, some papers to distribute after his death.

He dies on the steamboat on the Congo River, after requesting Marlowe to close the shutters, and the view of the Darkness. He then goes into a deep meditation, and says his last words, "The horror, the horror,"

Marlowe reads the 17 page document written by Kurtz, the last sentence says, "Exterminate the Savages."

We are dealing with this darkness in America, and have been for a long time.
Kurtz (Joseph Conrad) had his opinion. It needs to be heard.

This book is available for free at the Gutenberg project. The Epub version I used was good.
 

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Since I don't have my own Internet since corona hoax, I've read saved pdf. books from BBS era.
I did David Irving's trifecta lately, starting with "Nuremberg, the last battle", then "Goebbels, mastermind of the third Reich" and finally "Rommel, trail of the desert Fox 🦊". Altogether over 1900 pages...call me Autist, but you may be right.
 

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@Coltraine
I just finished reading a book authored by Bibi Netanyahu's father, Benzyon Netanyahu, who is an historian who's written several books mostly on the Jews of Spain during the Medieval period. The last one I read of him, though, that I just finished is his Origins of the Inquisition in Fifteenth Century Spain, and it's over 1,000+ pages long so it took me longer than normal to read it.

And honestly it's a great book just for the chronology of Spain's Jewry from about the year 1000 until 1500. It not only accounts for the Jewish interaction with Spain and her neighbors during that time, but it includes enough general Iberian history too for the reader who is not that familiar yet with all the little historical nuances. A lot of Jew-written history books, I find, fail to include enough general history along with their focus on the Jewish part of that history, but Netanyahu does not do this. He takes his time and exhaustively covers every single monarch of either Castile or Aragon or Navarre or Portugal. He even spends over a hundred or so pages documenting the Hundred Years War in the Iberian peninsula and how both England and France were involved in foreign policy decision making in Spain at that time. Of course, the genesis of the Spanish Inquisition is the main focus of the book though, and with that it means that as an author he has to confront and assess the previous 500 or so odd years of massive "anti-Semitism" against the Jews in Spain which led up the eventual Inquisitional policy on the part of the Catholic Monarchs in the later 15th Century.

But for all the positives that I just listed (and more), the book does have one kind of major flaw. Because of the Jew authorship of the book, as almost expected, and because he is compelled to spend a lot of time dealing with the subject of the Conversos (or Marranos, or New Christians), he takes a highly unorthodox view in terms of what other historians of Spanish-Jewish history take in that he argues that pretty much all of the converts to Christianity during that time period were all completely sincere, that they had totally stopped practicing Judaism, and that they had pretty much all abandoned their Judaic roots.

And that view is highly at odds with other respected and established historians on the period, who argue most of the time that Spain's Jewish converts to Christianity were insincere in their conversions because in the very beginning most of them were forced to convert in the first place. It was either "expulsion" or "death" or "conversion" most of the time. And this is the view that I agree with personally- not Netanyahu's view.

But all that said I still would recommend the book because it sells for real cheap (under $10) and it's 1,000+ pages makes it almost like 3-4 books in one. And also because like I said above he really takes the time to go through each individual king and their period as well as dealing with the rest of the nobility, the church, and the common people. And because everything is dealt with chronologically rather than thematically like a lot of other Jew-authored books lately, it is capable I'm sure of filling in a lot of holes for the non-specialist in this history while at the same time, for me at least, it served as a useful reminder and summary of a period that I already knew a lot about prior. So I recommend it now, I guess, most for its versatility in those areas- although with the caveat that I mentioned above always in front of the future reader's mind.

And thanks for the link. I'll try to check the book out at some point in the future, of course.
 

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I just finished reading a book authored by Bibi Netanyahu's father, Benzyon Netanyahu, who is an historian who's written several books mostly on the Jews of Spain during the Medieval period. The last one I read of him, though, that I just finished is his Origins of the Inquisition in Fifteenth Century Spain, and it's over 1,000+ pages long so it took me longer than normal to read it.

And honestly it's a great book just for the chronology of Spain's Jewry from about the year 1000 until 1500. It not only accounts for the Jewish interaction with Spain and her neighbors during that time, but it includes enough general Iberian history too for the reader who is not that familiar yet with all the little historical nuances. A lot of Jew-written history books, I find, fail to include enough general history along with their focus on the Jewish part of that history, but Netanyahu does not do this. He takes his time and exhaustively covers every single monarch of either Castile or Aragon or Navarre or Portugal. He even spends over a hundred or so pages documenting the Hundred Years War in the Iberian peninsula and how both England and France were involved in foreign policy decision making in Spain.

But for all the positives that I just listed (and more), the book does have one kind of major flaw. Because of the Jew authorship of the book, as almost expected, and because he is compelled to spend a lot of time dealing with the subject of the Conversos (or Marranos, or New Christians), he takes a highly unorthodox view in terms of what other historians of Spanish-Jewish history take in that argues that pretty much all of the converts to Christianity during that time period were all completely sincere, that they had totally stopped practicing Judaism, and that they had pretty much all abandoned their Judaic roots.

And that view is highly at odds with other respected and established historians on the period, who argue most of the time that Spain's Jewish converts to Christianity were insincere in their conversions because in the very beginning most of them were forced to convert in the first place. It was either "expulsion" or "death" or "conversion" most of the time. And this is the view that I agree with personally- not Netanyahu's view.

But all that said I still would recommend the book because it sells for real cheap (under $10) and it's 1,000+ pages makes it almost like 3-4 books in one. And also because like I said above he really takes the time to go through each individual king and their period as well as dealing with the rest of the nobility, the church, and the common people. And because everything is dealt with chronologically rather than thematically like a lot of other Jew-authored books lately, it is capable I'm sure of filling in a lot of holes for the non-specialist in this history while at the same time, for me at least, it served as a useful reminder and summary of a period that I already knew a lot about prior. So I recommend it now, I guess, most for its versatility in those areas- although with the caveat that I mentioned above always in front of the future reader's mind.

And thanks for the link. I'll try to check the book out at some point in the future, of course.
And here I go again getting ready to drop more money on a @Coltraine recommendation once again. I do have to admit you havent let me down once.
 

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Kon Tiki is one of the first 1st person biography adventure type books i remember reading as a kid. blew me away.
Thor Heyerdahl was an archeologist who thought it was weird that south americans built pyramids and shit like that. and his answer was not aliens or nigger magic but that caucasians got into boats and made it around the world. Egyptians made it to the south america. (The Ra Expedition) and South Americans made it to Asia. (Kon Tiki Expedition)
 

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