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Fascist and Third Position Books Anonymous Board owner 04/06/2020 (Mon) 15:06:20 No.4
Post good works that you've read and ask for recommendations ITT. UPDATED 8/19/20 BASIC READING LIST National Socialism: >Mein Kampf (Adolf Hitler) The most reliable translations are the Stalag edition and the Thomas Dalton translation. >Hitler's Second Book / Zweites Buch (Adolf Hitler) >The Program of the NSDAP (Gottfried Feder) >The Manifesto for the Breaking of Interest Slavery (Gottfried Feder) >Hitler's Table Talk Black Front / Strasserism: >German Tomorrow by Dr. Otto Strasser >Deutschlands Erneuerung by Dr. Otto Strasser (in German only) Savitri Devi >The Lightning and the Sun (Savitri Devi) >And Time Rolls On (Savitri Devi) >The Impeachment of Man (Savitri Devi) http://www.savitridevi.org/home.html Iron Guard / Romanian Fascism: >For my Legionaries by Corneliu Zelea Codreanu British Union of Fascists (BUF): >Fascism: 100 Questions Asked and Answered (Oswald Mosley) >Tomorrow We Live (Oswald Mosley) >My Life (Oswald Mosley) >Fascism v. Jewry (William Joyce) >National Socialism Now (William Joyce) >The Coming Corporate State (A. Raven Thompson) >Spring Comes Again (Jorian Jenks) Italian Fascism: >Origins and Doctrine of Fascism (Giovanni Gentile) >CasaPound Italia platform: http://www.casapounditalia.org/p/who-we-are.html Japan >Kokutai no Hongi: Cardinal Principles of the National Entity of Japan Miscellaneous Secondary Literature Worth Reading: By "worth reading" I mean not totally kiked garbage. These are not fascist authors. >The Wages of Destruction (Adam Tooze) >Holy Legionary Youth (Roland Clark) >The Nazi War on Cancer (Robert Proctor) >The Occult Roots of Nazism (Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke) >Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism, and the Politics of Identity (Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke) >Japan's Holy War (Walter Skya) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cultured Thug is also a good YouTube channel for overviews of fascist literature: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/cultured_thug/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFVf_ACP5I8VF5VsmSDQ8tQ Helpful Links: https://sci-hub.tw/ http://gen.lib.rus.ec/ https://archive.org/ https://www.bitchute.com/cultured_thug/
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>>16564 Use the library if you can't afford paper books. Or get an ebook reader like a Kobo. The e-ink display is a lot kinder on the eyes and you aren't stuck in front of the computer. They're inexpensive and the batteries last forever. Then you can load them with epubs from sites like zlib and libgen or even downloaded from torrents. You'll want the program Caliber to manage your collection, transfer the files to the device, and convert file formats.
I would like to read about NS Germany and its relationship with nature. Both philosophy and actual policy. Any suggestions?
>>16596 I've attached a PDF on one book on this topic. It's of course from an academic source so expect the usual bullshit. I haven't read it in-depth yet. Also Luc Ferry has a chapter in his book "The New Ecological Order" (basically an 150-page seethe against deep ecology) that covers how deep the connection between the Third Reich and Nature were.
Did Joseph Tommasi have any writings that ever circulated? On kikepedia they say that Mason resurrected Tommasi's periodical in the form of Siege. Does anyone have any scans of this stuff?
What are some good books on how daily life changed in Fascist Italy?
Some books on or by George Lincoln Rockwell. >>16982 I don't have a book to recommend you, but if you're interested in these sorts of topics at all check out this video on education in Fascist Italy: https://www.bitchute.com/video/snWuvYBp5VkE/
>>16988 Thanks. Also, books or vids on how everything changed compared to the previous regime would do me good as well.
Is there any good history books about Third Reich?
In this book Dr. Otto Strasser, one of Adolf Hitler's former friend (and a man who knew him very well), tells the story of the man, the legend, the Fuhrer, in an interesting story that really demystifies the various "suprahuman" traits of the man we know as the Leader of the NS revolution in a candid narration of events from his own experiences. I've had a hard time finding this book, I hope this will be of some help to the anons here.
For those interested in Dylan Roof.
The collected writings of Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera.
The unofficial sequel to Ragnar Redbeard's "Might Is Right".
Does anyone have New Nobility of Blood and Soil by Richard Walther Darre?
What are some good books on the ethics of fascism?
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>>18844 Top kek, there's no way that's a coincidence Be careful, anon, you left your city on there it looks like
>>18847 fuck. heres the link btw barnesandnoble.com/w/for-my-legionaries-corneliu-codreanu/1112384577?ean=9781682042564
>>19442 >>19443 Where's part one? Or would that be the original Doctrine of Fascism?
>>18844 Seems like For My Legionaries has been removed from Amazon, lads
>>18844 Damn that's an ugly cover. We need some graphic designers.
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>>20022 Seriously? What a shame. Amazon has been getting worse and worse for bad goy books for a couple of years now, it seems. I remember back in 2018 I bought a lot of good stuff from Amazon like The Camp of the Saints, The Culture of Critique, For My Legionaries, The Lightning and the Sun and the like, but I think every single of those is gone now. I've heard that they only recently removed The Turner Diaries as well. >>20024 The cover of my edition is the White covered one I have attached. I definitely think it's a bit more aesthetic than the other one you're replying to, but even then it's not the best cover. I'd have to say that my favorite one is the one with the archangel Michael on it.
>>20021 Part 7 and 8 are from 2015. Has he released anything since then?
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>H.R. Morgan Don't even bother. He's a fake fascist and his book is riddled with spelling errors and google-translated passages that are unbearable to read.
>>6057 What? His execution was recorded by Tacitus
>>20088 No, it wasn't that was interpolated into it by Christians later also known as an outright forgery, you fucking liar, also BO ban this nigger for stealing that Heil from someone who deserves it.
>>20089 boo fucking hoo
>>20090 Pretty sure you're that fucking christian spammer he's been playing whackamole with anyway both here and in the Fascists are Freer Thread.
>>20088 >>20089 Christians are the greatest liars on the planet right next to Jews. Not only do they falsify historical documents to give authenticity to their Jewish death cult, they even add and subtract from their own “holy” book constantly throughout history. What a joke of a religion
>>20068 What would you recommend? I was interested in H. R. Morgan's stuff because Cultured Thug talked about his books and said they were really good.
>>20093 I haven't done anything in any other threads except lurking
>>20106 Just take it movement by movement. There's enough posts on National Socialism here to get you busy for a while, so just go through those. Regarding Italy, start with the basics like Mussolini's and Gentile's writings, like the Doctrine of Fascism and Origins and Doctrines of Fascism. Personally I find Gentile's writings on education reform to be interesting as well. Attached some other things I think you may find useful.
>>20106 >I was interested in H. R. Morgan's stuff because Cultured Thug talked about his books and said they were really good. This is what happened to me. I bought the whole set and was very disappointed for the reasons I mentioned in the previous post. If I were to recommend books though, I don't think I will recommend you anything really that you haven't heard of, the core I'll be listing is pretty solid and worth-reading. I'd say to check out the following: >Fascism: 100 Questions Asked and Answered by Oswald Mosley >Tomorrow We Live by Oswald Mosley Really anything by Oswald Mosley, while keeping in mind that he's talking in relation to Britain >Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler >The Doctrine of Fascism by Benito Mussolini >Origins and Doctrine of Fascism by Giovanni Gentile >For My Legionaries by Corneliu Zelea Codreanu Now for the more peripheral suggestions that aren't strictly Fascist but are vital for Fascists to read: >Twilight of the Idols by Friedrich Nietzsche >Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche >On the Genealogy of Morality by Friedrich Nietzsche Also it's worth looking into biology to an extent. I'm not going to pretend that I am some sort of biology expert after having done some layman reading on various topics, but I've looked into organisms / superorganisms, altruism, group dynamics, bees and the like and think I have moved from a less sophisticated individualistic social Darwinism to something more interesting and relevant to fascism / nationalism. I don't know if anyone besides myself will even find these interesting since they're not directly relevant, but I thought they were good to list: >The Instinctual Nation-State: Non-Darwinian Theories, State Science and Ultra-Nationalism in Oka Asajirō's "Evolution and Human Life" by Gregory Sullivan https://www.jstor.org/stable/41488416 (use sci-hub) >The Buzz about Bees: Biology of a Superorganism by Jürgen Tautz >From Groups to Individuals: Evolution and Emerging Individuality https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/altruism-biological/ >Animal Behavior Desk Reference: A Dictionary of Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution
>>20126 On the topic of philosophy, Hegel is an obvious one. Particularly the Philosophy of Right and the Phenomenology of the Spirit. And to really understand those, you'd probably have to read some of the Greeks and Romans. Might also want to see how Fascism developed by looking at the writings of Georges Sorel and the other people surrounding Cercle Proudhon.
>>20130 I have not read Hegel, but I have seen mentions of his Philosophy of Right pop up in my readings several times in relation to his conception of the state, so I would definitely think that would be worth looking into at some point. I have heard that Hegel is difficult though, so I do not know if I would recommend that anyone jump right into him uninitiated, but I am of course talking second-hand here, so maybe you are more informed on this topic than I am. And of course, starting with the Greeks and Romans are certainly not a meme, particularly various dialogues by Plato and works by Aristotle (particularly his Politics). One more example that might a bit controversial due to the author, in connection with some of the stuff I said about groups and altruism earlier, I think people should look at Kropotkin's 'Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution'. The author is a leftist anarchist, obviously, but it gives another perspective that is important to take into account. Personally, I think there is a tension between struggle and cooperation in Nature, not all one or the other, and the struggle grows ever more intense between groups who occupy the same niches (such as between Whites / non-Whites). Worth looking into.
>>20131 >And of course, starting with the Greeks and Romans are certainly not a meme, particularly various dialogues by Plato and works by Aristotle (particularly his Politics). What dialogues should I start with? And is there anything I should read first to be able to understand it?
>>20131 >>20147 I just go through Bloom's Western Canon (http://sonic.net/~rteeter/grtbloom.html), skipping the stuff that doesn't interest me like Hindu stuff, and read anything I have saved when it is relevant. Reading Neoplatonist philosophy when the Greeks come up for example.
>>20147 I think you can basically jump right in. I have not read that many, so maybe other anons can give you a more detailed answer, but I started with a dialogue that had something I wanted to read about in it - which was 'Gorgias'. That dialogue has a discussion between Socrates and Callicles, the latter who is basically Ragnar Redbeard in Greece. I wasn't very convinced by the rebuttal but it was a good read and I really didn't need any background. Another good one that I read was 'Apology' which is Socrates' defense before the Athenians with regards to the accusation of him corrupting the youth. It's from that one where famous quotes such as 'I know that I know nothing' and the like come from. That one is also pretty short. I have not read all of 'The Republic' but that too from the first book which I had to read once for a class was pretty readable with no real knowledge beforehand.
>>20151 >skipping the stuff that doesn't interest me like Hindu stuff Absolutely filtered.
>>20153 I can come back to it later and I will, I want to have an understanding of Western philosophy and history before anything else
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>>20155 Fair enough, I feel as if one might benefit from that approach better actually, because they can be fairly obtuse at times.
>>20158 That, plus just concentrating on one thing at a time is more effective mentally speaking.
>>20125 Thank you for these, I didn't know them. I'll get reading. >>20126 Thank you for the advice as well. I read most of those except for the biology stuff. I'll read them. Thanks for the replies!
>>20021 >>20062 >>20068 >>20106 >>20126 My apologies, anons. I just found them and I thought I'd share. I didn't know anything about the author until now. @Board Owner please delete if it's shill literature, thanks.
>>20210 I don't know if I'd say that it's shill literature, but it is in my opinion not the best option to look into. I don't think it necessarily should be deleted though, some people might get something out of it, even if it's not the best quality. >>20209 Glad to help. Seems like you're on the right track.

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