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Hitler: The Adjournment

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Troy Southgate
Hitler: The Adjournment
Guildford, U.K.: Iron Sky Publishing, 2010

Reading this book right after Timur Vermes’s Look Who’s Back (reviewed here) was quite a revealing experience. Although superficially in the same “What if Hitler . . .” genre as Look Who’s Back, Troy Southgate’s Hitler: The Adjournment is quite different, but not in a good way. In fact, the two books differ in almost every respect, providing a sort of Goofus and Gallant guide to how to write, or not write, Hitler fiction.  Read more …

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Pushing the System:
Troy Southgate’s National-Anarchism: A Reader

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National-Anarchism: A Reader
Ed. Troy Southgate
London: Black Front Press, 2012

 “That which is falling, should also be pushed” — Nietzsche, as quoted by Troy Southgate

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Jonathan Bowden on Modern Art

Jonathan Bowden, "Adolf and Leni"

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Excerpted from “Revolutionary Conservative: An Interview with Jonathan Bowden,” by Troy Southgate Read more …

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Interview with Robert Steuckers

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Troy Southgate: When and why did you decide to become involved in politics?

Robert Steuckers: I was never actually involved in politics, as I was never a member of a political party. Nevertheless I am a citizen interested in political questions but of course not in the usual plain and trivial way, as I have no intention to become a candidate, council deputy or Member of Parliament.

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