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The Second Death of Dixie

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Thomas Goodrich
The Day Dixie Died: Southern Occupation, 1865-1866
Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2001

Thomas Goodrich’s second book for Stackpole Books followed three years after his revisionist look at the culture of the American Indians in Scalp Dance: Indian Warfare on the High Plains, 1865-1879. Read more …

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Thomas Nelson Page’s The Negro: The Southerner’s Problem

Edward Williams Clay, America, 1841.

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Thomas Nelson Page
The Negro: The Southerner’s Problem
New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1904

After the Civil War, the defeated South needed a champion. It needed someone who could articulate the rationale behind the lost Southern cause in such a way that would allow for the reincorporation of the former Confederacy back into the Union without alienating its former enemies. Read more …

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Remember Thomas Nelson Page

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Shortly after the Civil War, the American South found itself in ruins. Much has been written about the devastation of the war and the indignities and strife which followed during Reconstruction. Beyond the poverty and oppression and the rapid demise of the old regime with its “outdated” culture of honor, loyalty, and heroism, the inheritors of the former Confederacy found themselves without defense in the national and international courts of moral opinion. Read more …

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Remembering John C. Calhoun

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Anyone familiar with 19th-century American history will recognize John C. Calhoun as the man who, more than anyone else, represented the antebellum South. He, along with John Randolph of Roanoke, Virginia, provided much of the intellectual heft behind the character and institutions of the South and defined its position as a distinct economic and cultural region within the greater Union.

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Heroes & Cowards:
Diversity in the Military

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Dora L. Costa & Matthew E. Kahn
Heroes & Cowards: The Social Face of War
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2008

One of the ideas that helped create the “Alt-Right” was laid out by Robert D. Putman in his book Bowling Alone (2000).[1] Putnam argues that after the social revolution of the 1960s introduced the horrors of “vibrancy” and “diversity” on America, civic society itself began to fragment. Read more …

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Emperor Maximilian & the Dream of a European Mexico

Archduke Maximilian, c. 1855

Archduke Maximilian, c. 1855

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One hundred and forty-nine years ago, on June 19, 1867, Maximilian von Hapsburg—Emperor of Mexico, brother to Austrian Emperor Franz Josef, and descendant of Holy Roman Emperors—was shot by a firing squad of rebels in Querétaro, Mexico. Maximilian stood six-foot-two, had blond hair and blue eyes, and was 34 years of age. He had been Emperor of Mexico for barely two-and-a-half years.

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Thomas Nelson Page’s Red Rock

Thomas Nelson Page

Thomas Nelson Page

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The great American race novel currently does not even have a Wiki page.

Indeed, Red Rock: A Chronicle of Reconstruction by Thomas Nelson Page has generally been out of print since its publication in 1898 and is available these days only through publishers who specialize in reproducing historical works—or second-hand through online auction websites such as eBay. Thomas Nelson Page is one of the great lost American authors, Read more …

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Iron & Paint:
The Lee-Jackson Memorial: A Rational Interpretation

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Bmore LJM 2There has been much anger expressed on either side of the racial divide in Baltimore, concerning the so-called “Lee-Jackson Memorial.” This past week, on a fog-shrouded, drizzling, winter Wednesday, a young White Nationalist from out of state came to Baltimore on his personal mission to photograph Caucasian monuments Read more …

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The Hell Soldiers

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federal-siege-guns-yorktown-virginia-during-the-american-civil-war-mathew-bradyThe bend in the river was leafy and green with old trees that hung their thick branches out and over. The shadows were almost black at some parts on the banks, spreading gradually to grey green, then dappling away into nothing by the middle of the water. The sunlight sparkled gold and white on the dark waters. Read more …

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El Rebelde:
Entrevista a Dominique Venner

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English version here

Es posible ser indómito intelectualmente, ser irritante para el rebaño, sin llegar a ser un rebelde de verdad. Read more …

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The Birth of a Nation

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Intertitle-North & South Aryan birthrightThe landmark of American motion pictures is an epic, 3-hour long, intersecting story of two white families, one Northern, one Southern, across three periods of time: the antebellum years, the Civil War, and Reconstruction.

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Abraham Lincoln: Anti-White Negrophile?

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Anti-white partisans frequently unmoor history from facts, transforming it into a “narrative,” a fiction to serve their ideological objectives. One such narrative enlists the canonical figure of Abraham Lincoln to advance the racial agenda of the ruling class. Read more …

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Address on Colonization to a Deputation of Negroes

No, he is not getting as shoe-shine. Thomas Ball, Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln Park, Washington, D.C.

No, he is not getting a shoe-shine. Thomas Ball, Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln Park, Washington, D.C.

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August 14, 1862

This afternoon the President of the United States gave audience to a Committee of colored men at the White House. They were introduced by the Rev. J. Mitchell, Commissioner of Emigration. E. M. Thomas, the Chairman, remarked that they were there by invitation to hear what the Executive had to say to them. Having all been seated, the President, after a few preliminary observations, informed them that a sum of money had been appropriated by Congress, Read more …

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Ethnic Hegemonies in American History, Part 1

Grant Wood, "Parson Weems' Fable," 1939

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Part 1 of 3

Political Philosophy and Human Genetic Diversity

Western political philosophy tends toward moral and political universalism: the idea that norms are valid for all human beings. Read more …

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Jared Taylor on the Prospects for Secession Today

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“150 Years After Fort Sumter: Independence Is There For Those With the Will to Take it”
Vdare.com, April 12, 2011

150 years ago tonight—at 4:30 a.m. on April 12, 1861—Confederate forces opened fire on Fort Sumter.

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The Tyrant Who is Obama’s Role Model

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Translated by Greg Johnson

When Barack Obama was officially inaugurated as President of the United States, the ceremony was charged with symbolism. Read more …

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Was the Confederacy a Tool of International Finance? Part 3

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Part 3 of 3. Part 1 here, Part 2 here.

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Was the Confederacy a Tool of International Finance? Part 2

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Part 2 of 3. Part 1 here

The Confederacy’s Relations with International Finance

The primary allegation in regard to “Rothschild” (sic) funding of the Confederacy is that an important loan was secured from the Erlanger bank in Paris. This financial arrangement was nothing but Shylocking and was not favorable to the Confederacy.

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Was the Confederacy a Tool of International Finance? Part 1

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Part 1 of 3

Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, Stone Mountain, Georgia

“The Secession-War arose on the issue of whether the Southern states, comprising a unit based on an aristocratic-traditional life-feeling, with an economic basis of muscle-energy, could secede from the union, which had been captured by the Yankee element. Read more …

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The Rebel:
An Interview with Dominique Venner

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Translated by Michael O’Meara

Translations: Czech, Portuguese

The noted French nationalist and historian speaks to the personal imperatives of white liberation. Read more …

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A Posthumous Revenge

The death mask of Robert E. Lee

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Translator’s Note:

The following excerpt is taken from the concluding chapter of Venner’s Gettysburg, one of two books he’s written on the War of Southern Secession. Like Maurice Bardèche’s Sparte et les sudistes [Sparta and the Confederates], it reflects the other side of that European anti-liberalism which crusades against everything contemporary America has come to represent. Read more …

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