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Charles Maurras & Grand-Pappy’s Nationalism

510 words

MaurrasTranslated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

Perhaps the greatest threat to the Right is our elites’ ability to have our people “rally-round-the-flag” against those who are not our primary enemies in the name of parochial chauvinism and state loyalty. This was arguably true in both World Wars and largely sums up the entire counter-jihadi movement. Let us take Carl Schmitt to heart and not be Israel’s useful idiots . . .  Read more …

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The Other Europe:
An Interview on Intermarium

Tomasz-Szczepanski3,818 words

Interview and translation by Jarosław Ostrogniew; French translation here

Tomasz Szczepański (Barnim Regalica) was born in 1964 in Szczecin (Poland). He is a historian (Ph.D. in humanities), writer, essayist, and activist, and an advocate of Zadruga (Polish pagan nationalism) and indigenous Slavic faith.

He was an anti-communist activist beginning in 1984, Read more …

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Jus Sanguinis:
Racial Identity in 19th-Century Italian Nationalism

Donne-e-Risorgimento-in-arrivo-tre-mostre-a-MIlano735 words

Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

The following is translated from the excellent Italian nationalist website Il Primato Nazionale. The title is editorial. 

The Kingdom of Italy’s law on citizenship, dating back to 1865 Read more …

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National Socialism

theclearing1,916 words

Translated by G. A. Malvicini

In September 1919, Adolf Hitler joined the tiny “German Workers’ Party” (DAP). In February 1920 — having become the party’s foremost cadre — he relaunches it as “National Socialist Party of German Workers” (NSDAP). Its program calls for the abolition of the restrictions of the Treaty of Versailles, the unification of all Germans in a single Reich, the stripping of all Jews of their citizenship, the nationalization of large companies, profit sharing, the creation of a “healthy middle class,” etc.  Read more …

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Italian Fascism

italy-kissing-the-flag1,846 words

Translated by G. A. Malvicini

On March 23, 1919, in Milan, Mussolini founded the “Fasci di combattimento” with a program that was both national and social. The first “Fasci” — made up of veterans, ex-socialists and revolutionary syndicalists — evolved slowly towards radical rightist positions until the end of 1920. From then on, tired of two years of socialist violence which had culminated in the occupation of factories, growing masses of the lower-middle and middle classes began to join “Fascism.” Read more …

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Negrified America

3,171 words

NegrifiedAmericaTranslated by G. A. Malvicini

Not long ago, the newspapers announced that according to some calculations, by 1970 half of the population of Manhattan will be black, and that in the five boroughs that make up the entire city of New York, 28 percent of the inhabitants will be of colored race. Developments in the same direction have been registered in other cities and areas of the United States. We are witnessing a negrification, a mongrelization, and a decline of the white race in the face of faster-breeding inferior races.  Read more …

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The Franco-French & European Civil Wars

2,159 words

ob_b97f05_philippe-petainTranslated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

The following is the epilogue to Dominique Venner’s Histoire de la Collaboration (Paris: Gérard Watelet/Pygmalion, 2000), 522-26. The title is editorial.

[. . .] Throughout this book, I have sought to place the years of the Occupation and the variegated phenomenon of Collaboration in the wider context of the time, that of the French disaster of 1940 Read more …

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The Franco-German Rivalry:
A Recent Conflict

Albrecht Durer, Charlemagne (detail), with German and French shields

Albrecht Dürer, Charlemagne (detail), circa 1512, with German and French escutcheons

1,385 words

Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

The following is translated from Dominique Venner’s Histoire de la Collaboration (Paris: Gérard Watelet/Pygmalion, 2000), 151-54. The title is editorial.

In The Birth of Two Peoples, the great medievalist Carlrichard Brühl demonstrated the extent to which the consciousness of a common origin [between Frenchmen and Germans] was still felt at the time of Saint Louis.[1][2]

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The Épuration:
An Intellectual & Political Purge

2,021 words

Robert Brasillach on trial

Robert Brasillach on trial

Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

Épuration,” literally meaning “purge,” “cleansing,” or “purification,” was the process of killing, imprisoning, ostracizing, or otherwise punishing those deemed to have been traitors by the Gaullist government and the Resistance following the eviction of German forces from France in 1944-45. Read more …

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Céline:
Literary Giant & Racial Nationalist

louisferdinandceline1234564,239 words

Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

The following is taken from Dominique Venner’s Histoire de la Collaboration (Paris: Gérard Watelet/Pygmalion, 2000), 207-16. The title is editorial.

The premonition of decadence was strong with [the writer Alphonse de] Châteaubriant, but never reached the apocalyptic fury of a Céline, Read more …

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