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Die Erweiterung des Patriotismus

Patrick MacDowell, "Europe," Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens

Patrick MacDowell, “Europe,” Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens

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English original here

Wir wurden entzweit, und wir wurden besiegt. Das ist die tragische Grabinschrift zweier Kriegsgenerationen. Diese Worte allein sollten das Grab der Jugend Europas zieren. Read more …

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L’extension du patriotisme

Patrick MacDowell, “Europe,” Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens

1,582 words

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Nous étions divisés et nous sommes vaincus. C’est la tragique épitaphe de deux générations de guerre. Ces mots seuls devraient décorer la tombe de la jeunesse de l’Europe. Ce fut le sort de ma génération en 1914, et ce fut le sort d’une nouvelle génération de jeunes soldats en 1939. Read more …

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The Extension of Patriotism

Patrick MacDowell, “Europe,” Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens, London

1,538 words

Translation: French, German

We were divided and we are conquered. That is the tragic epitaph of two war generations. Those words alone should adorn the grave of the youth of Europe. That was the fate of my generation in 1914, and that was the doom of a new generation of young soldiers in 1939. Read more …

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Nová Evropa Otto Strassera, první část

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Zatímco různá pojetí Evropské jednoty, která nám nastínil Francis Parker Yockey, Sir Oswald Mosley, Jean Thiriart a poměrně obskurně i Julius Evola Read more …

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Letter to My Friends on Identity & Sovereignty

Charlemagne by Albrecht Dürer, circa 1512

997 words

Translated by Greg Johnson

When you belong to a nation associated with St. Louis, Philip the Fair, Richelieu, Louis XIV, or Napoleon, a country which in the late 17th century, was called the “great nation” (the most populated and most dangerous), it is cruel to recount the history of repeated setbacks: the aftermath of Waterloo, 1870, 1940, and again in 1962, the ignominious end of French rule in Algeria. A certain pride necessarily suffers. Read more …

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Two Reflections

Lorenzo de Medici, by Michelangelo

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Edited by Kerry Bolton

Editor’s Preface:

The first of these reflections was written in June of 1950. It shows that Yockey had already adopted a “neutralist” position for Europe vis-à-vis America and Russia during the “Cold War.” Read more …

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Жан Тірар – Макіавеллі Об’єднаної Європи

Jean Thiriart, 1922–1992

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Ревний читач Гоббса, Макіавеллі та Паретто, бельгієць Жан Тіріар (1922–1992), засновник пан’європейської організації «Молода Європа» («Jeune Europe») був теоретиком Великої Європи від Ґолвея до Владивостока. Read more …

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Savigny: The Volksgeist & Law

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“Before they addressed themselves to the impractical task of changing men by changing laws, the justices might have pondered the words of Savigny, who wrote, ‘Law is no more made by lawyers than language by grammarians. Law is the natural moral product of a people . . . the persistent customs of a nation, springing organically from its past and present. Even statute law lives in the general consensus of the people.’” –Wilmot Robertson, The Dispossessed Majority (1981) Read more …

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Otto Strasser’s “New Europe,” Part 2

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Part 2 of 2

“Elements of European Peace”

As with Mosley, Thiriart, and Yockey in their own manners, Strasser sought a new European accord that would eliminate fratricidal wars. Read more …

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Otto Strasser’s “New Europe,” Part 1

Otto Strasser

3,873 words

Part 1 of 2

Czech translation here

“But all his life and works show that here is a good German who is a good European.” — Douglas Reed.[1]

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