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The Far Right in the Balkans:
Roots & Perspectives

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Ioannis Metaxas, 1871–1941

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Preamble 

“Rest assured . . . that after . . . years of suffering we have sufficient moral strength left to find an honourable exit from life.”[1]

It is in these very words that the soul of Corneliu Codreanu and his followers was expressed. Needless to say that Capitanul has been the noblest figure among the Far Right leaders in Europe during the interwar period. Read more …

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The Tragedy of the Romanian “Iron Guard”

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Legionari-9The car is leading us outside the suburbs of the city, on a long, wretched, provincial street, under a grey and rainy sky. It suddenly turns left, enters a countryside path, stops in front of a small villa with sharp outlines, the ‘Green House,’ Read more …

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Corneliu Codreanu a Železná garda, část 1

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Od mladých let po založení Ligy křesťanské národní obrany

Dne 9. října 1923, za časných ranních hodin, sedělo půltuctu mužů na tvrdých lavičkách v holé místnosti na policejním ředitelství v Bukurešti. Read more …

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The Romanian Legionary Movement between Truth & Deception

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The Legionary Movement of Romania, also popularly known as the Iron Guard, is for many people today a difficult matter to discuss straightforwardly because of all untruths, deceptions, distortions, and misconceptions surrounding its history. The movement has a great legacy and there is much to learn from it, Read more …

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The Legionary Doctrine

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The Legionary Doctrine (also called Legionarism) refers to the philosophy and beliefs presented by the Legion of Michael the Archangel (also commonly known as the Iron Guard), the Romanian Christian Nationalist organization founded by Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, who is the key figure in the creation of its doctrine. Read more …

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The History of Corneliu Z. Codreanu & the Legionary Movement

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Corneliu Zelea Codreanu was the Romanian Christian nationalist who founded the Legionary Movement, often referred to as the Iron Guard among English speakers. It is surprising that very little attention is given to him among those in the Anglophone world, and when it is given, it is only to heap insults and lies upon his memory. Read more …

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A Handbook of Traditional Living:
Theory & Practice

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A Handbook of Traditional Living: Theory and Practice
Trans. S. K.
Ed. John B. Morgan
Atktos Media, 2010

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A Handbook of Traditional Living is a slender volume (just under 100 pages) comprising two essays published in Italian in 1997 and 1998 by the Raido Cultural Association. The author or authors are anonymous. Read more …

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Learning from Codreanu’s Mistakes 
The Rocky Road to Victory

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After a long night of celebration of revolutionary victory, the first meeting of the cabinet of the new communist government of Nicaragua opened with the words: “So what do we do now?” Daniel Ortega and his comrades did not have an answer. The Sandinistas had all the requisite skills to make a revolution, but their inability to govern doomed it to be short-lived and futile. Read more …

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Codreanu & the Iron Guard

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Czech translation here

In the pre-dawn hours of October 9, 1923, a half-dozen men sat on hard benches in a bare room at the police headquarters in Bucharest, Romania. The police had seized them several hours before. An informer in their midst had accused them of plotting to murder over twenty of Romania’s leading citizens. Read more …

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Codreanu’s The Prison Notes

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Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
The Prison Notes
Trans. anonymous
Reconquista Press, 2011

This slender volume (128 pages, including many pages of fascinating photographs) is obligatory reading not only for admirers of Corneliu Codreanu, but also for admirers of Julius Evola, for it also includes all of Evola’s writings on Codreanu and the Iron Guard.

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