The Fourteen Words

by Albus ‘We must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children’. It seems to be uncertain that David Lane coined this phrase, and when. If he was the one, maybe he took the inspiration from Ben Klassen who had written in the year 1973 in his book Nature’s Eternal Religion,…

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NS poster, 2

This is a typical early National Socialist poster from 1921. The first National Socialist posters had bright red backgrounds and a lot of text. This one announces that Hitler will speak; gives the topic, and notes that Jews are prohibited from attending. In Mein Kampf Hitler wrote: “We chose red for our posters, since it is vivid…

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Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 81

  Night of 3rd-4th February 1942 Christianity as a Jewish psyop for whites—After Jews disappear from Europe the world will recapture its sense of joy.   My thirteen months of imprisonment had seemed a long time—the more so because I thought I’d be there for six years. I was possessed by a frenzy of liberty.…

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1968 Pierce article

The necessity of staying legal “Revolution & legality” Editorial by Dr. William L. Pierce National Socialist World Journal Winter 1968   Two classes of concepts which are fundamentally different in nature, yet often confused, are those having to do with doctrine and those concerned with tactics. The former are independent of changing circumstances and conditions;…

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The measure of greatness

by William Pierce     April 20 of this year [this was a 1989 National Vanguard article] is the 100th anniversary of the birth of the greatest man of our era—a man who dared more and achieved more, who set his aim higher and climbed higher, who felt more deeply and stirred the souls of…

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Rockwell: a National Socialist life

by William Pierce George Lincoln Rockwell was born on March 9, 1918, in Bloomington, a small coal-mining and farming town in central Illinois. Both his parents were theatrical performers. His father, George Lovejoy Rockwell, was a twenty-eight-year-old vaudeville comedian of English and Scotch ancestry. His mother, born Claire Schade, was a young German-French toe-dancer, part…

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