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    In His Own Words – Adolf Hitler

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    “In His Own Words” offers an unparalleled exploration into the speeches of Adolf Hitler, shedding light on the intricate nuances of his rhetoric and its profound influence on the history of the 20th century. This comprehensive collection, translated with meticulous attention to detail by C.J. Miller, spans over 275 pages of critical historical insights.

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    Voice of Triumph: Hitler’s Speeches at Nuremberg

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    Voice of Triumph: Hitler’s Speeches at Nuremberg encapsulates Adolf Hitler’s powerful oratory during the NSDAP rallies in Nuremberg, reflecting the regime’s ambitious portrayal and transformation of Germany. This 392-page edition explores a significant era through speeches that shaped a nation.

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    The Rise of the NSDAP

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    This narrative charts the ascension of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party from a small group in a Munich basement to their dominion over the German state.

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    The Burning Souls by Leon Degrelle

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    The Burning Souls is Degrelle’s poignant exploration of his wartime experiences, blending poetry with memoir. The work delves deep into his early life, the harrowing battles on the Russian steppes, and the profound spiritual challenges these experiences posed. Degrelle offers insights into the necessity of wholehearted dedication and sacrifice for higher ideals, which he argues is essential to combat the spiritual emptiness of modern times.

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    Michael by Dr. Joseph Goebbels

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    Immerse yourself in the riveting narrative of ‘Michael,’ a profound novel penned by Dr. Joseph Goebbels and meticulously translated into English by Olivia Van Dorn

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    A New Nobility of Blood and Soil by Richard W. Darré

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    A New Nobility of Blood and Soil, was massively popular in the Third Reich and strengthened the rural and agriculturalist movements. Highly influential on Hitler, the principles in this book are foundational to the National Socialist worldview.

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    Léon Degrelle in Exile, 1945-1994

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    Royal Navalese: A Glossary of Fo’csle Language

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    Royal Navalese dives into the heart of Royal Navy tradition with this captivating hardcover book, meticulously compiled by RN Commander John Irving, a distinguished figure from the early 20th century and father to the acclaimed historian David Irving. This book offers a unique window into naval life, uncovering the secret language – or “Navalese” – spoken among sailors of the Royal Navy up until the twilight of the British Empire post-1945.

    Paired with the whimsical illustrations by Beryl Irving, David Irving’s mother serves as both a historical artefact and a lively read. The book brings to life the camaraderie, hardships, and distinctive humour that characterized naval life. Each term and expression is presented with clarity, often accompanied by amusing anecdotes that capture the essence of maritime culture.

    First published in 1946 and republished in 2020 by Focal Point Publications, London, this edition allows readers to explore the nuances of naval slang that has evolved over centuries, offering insights into the language and Royal Navy life during a pivotal era.

    Whether you’re a naval enthusiast, a linguistics aficionado, or simply curious about the unique lexicon of one of the world’s most renowned maritime forces, “Royal Navalese: A Glossary of Fo’csle Language” promises an enriching journey through the words and expressions that have shaped the identity of the Royal Navy.

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    Conquering Berlin by Wilfrid Bade

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    Berlin: Capital of the Reich. During the turbulent Weimar Republic, Berlin was the political centre of Germany, dominated by leftist ideologies and often described as a stronghold of communist activity. Despite the rise of the brown-shirted SA across other parts of Germany, Berlin’s working-class districts remained largely impenetrable to them.

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    Voce del Popolo: Mussolini as Revealed in His Political Speeches

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    First published in 1923, Mussolini as Revealed in His Political Speeches was meticulously selected, translated, and edited by Baron Bernardo Quaranta di San Severino, who also provides contextual introductions for each speech. The arrangement, mostly chronological, is segmented into categories reflecting Mussolini’s focus on labour, the populace, or policy during the overlapping timelines of the post-war era.

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    Die Fahne Hoch: Three Biographies of Horst Wessel

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    Die Fahne Hoch: Three Biographies of Horst Wessel offers a comprehensive look at the life and legacy of Horst Ludwig Georg Erich Wessel, a figure revered within the National Socialist movement. Born in Bielefeld in 1907, Wessel became a prominent brown-shirted Sturmabteilung (SA) member, leading his men against Communist disruptions in Berlin.

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    Rebel Mountain by Kurt Eggers

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    Rebel Mountain recounts the dramatic attempt by these groups to retake the mountain of Annaberg in Upper Silesia from Polish forces.

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