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Europa Blues:
By & for Sick Minds

Dead neuroscientist  hanging in Stockholm cemetery

On a balmy summer night, a Jewish neuroscientist is found strung up by his feet above a grave in Stockholm. Note the yellow Star of David on the black headstone near the knee of the rightmost A-team member.

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Translated and annotated by Andrew Hamilton

Films that pervert reality by associating National Socialism with murder, torture, sexual slavery, and the like are nothing new for Hollywood and the rest of the Jewish entertainment industry. Read more …

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Ezra Pound & Vivaldi

Olga Rudge and Ezra Pound

Olga Rudge and Ezra Pound

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Call him what you will — a paranoic, a fascist, a zealot — but remember one thing about Ezra Pound: he was the first serious writer to bring attention to Vivaldi’s work. A big fan of early music in general, Pound was one of a select few who helped resuscitate the long-neglected composer’s music.  Read more …

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The Empire of the End:
A Brief Introduction to Jean Parvulesco

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Jean Parvulesco is not exactly a household name in the West.  All of his books remain untranslated from French, in no small part due to the complex, idiosyncratic prose style they contain. Parvulesco is a living mystery of European literature. Read more …

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T. E. Lawrence (“Lawrence of Arabia”)

Thomas Edward Lawrence, 1888–1935

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French translation here

T. E. Lawrence was born in North Wales on 15 August 1888. He was the illegitimate son of Sir Thomas Chapman, an Anglo-Irish baronet. His mother was Scottish. He became a legend in his own time as Lawrence of Arabia — a brilliant active life which ended in a motorcycle “accident” when he was only 46. Read more …

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La vie de T. E. Lawrence (dit « Lawrence d’Arabie »)

Thomas Edward Lawrence, 1888–1935

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English original here

T. E. Lawrence naquit dans le nord du Pays de Galles le 15 août 1888. Il était le fils illégitime de Sir Thomas Chapman, un baron anglo-irlandais. Sa mère était écossaise. Il devint une légende de son vivant sous le nom de Lawrence d’Arabie – une vie active et brillante qui prit fin dans un « accident » de moto alors qu’il n’avait que 46 ans. Read more …

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Roger Degueldre & the OAS

Lieutenant Roger Degueldre, 1925–1962

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Editor’s Note:

Roger Degueldre was executed on July 6th, 1962. In commemoration, we are republishing this anonymous Attack! article. It is a sobering account of the OAS, a brave but intellectually compromised and ultimately ineffectual resistance to the vile and sordid betrayal of the European settlers of Algeria by Charles de Gaulle. Please contact me if you know the identity of the author. With the exception of the first, all photo captions are from the original article. Read more …

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Louis Gabriel Ambroise, Vicomte de Bonald

Louis de Bonald, 1754–1840

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The French statesman, writer, and philosopher, Louis Vicomte de Bonald belongs to the theologist school of the Traditionalists. Bonald was born on October 2nd, 1754 at Monna, near Millau a town in the Rouergue region (Aveyron) of southern France, into an aristocratic family. He studied at the Oratorian Collège de Juilly. As an aristocrat, military service was expected, so in 1773 he joined the king’s musketeers. Read more …

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Knut Hamsun: Saved by Stalin?

Knut Hamsun, 1859–1952

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Translated by Greg Johnson

Editor’s Note:

The following article is from Euro-Synergies, July 12, 2009. It is my translation of Robert Steuckers’ translation of a June 24, 2009 item from the Flemish ’t Pallierterke website. I have altered the title and section headings.

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