Par Alexander Jacob; Traduction Francis Goumain [FG: Julius Evola vaut la peine d’être connu pour son triptyque race – tradition – histoire, il s’est néanmoins fait retoquer par le Reich pour une question d’ordre de priorité: pour le Reich, c’est d’abord la race, puis la tradition puis, enfin, l’histoire; pour Evola, c’est d’abord la tradition, […]
About Alexander Jacob
This author has not written his bio yet.
But we are proud to say that Alexander Jacob contributed 18 entries already.
Entries by Alexander Jacob
Alexander Jacob’s book on Julius Evola as seen by four intellectuals in the Third Reich. From the Amazon blurb: How was Julius Evola viewed in the Third Reich? This book presents assessments made by 4 leading intellectuals of the regime: Walther Wüst, Joseph Otto Plassmann, Wolfram Sievers and Kurt Hancke. Translated with an Introduction by […]
Go to Part 1. Chapter 11 The Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation had been the sword of the eternal Roman; it was the position of honour that was given to the Germanic barbarian for entering into Rome’s service. The coronation of Charlemagne in 800 in Rome had made visible the symbolic power; every […]
Translated by Alexander Jacob Ernst Niekisch (1889–1967) was a German writer who first belonged to the Social Democratic Party of Germany and was vigorously opposed to the Western powers represented by the Treaty of Versailles and the Locarno Treaties. In his belief that the strongest opposition to the decadent West would be an alliance of […]
Go to Part 1. Ch. 18: Rasputin as a representative of Jewish interests In his attempts to help his new friends Rasputin was faced everywhere with the resistance of influential personalities as well as the anti-Jewish attitude of the ministers. He therefore turned to Simanovich with the request to name people who could inform him […]
Excerpts from Dr. Rudolf Kummer’s Rasputin: Ein Werkzeug der Juden, 1939 Translated by Alexander Jacob Rudolf Kummer (1896—1987) specialised in Oriental Studies at the University of Erlangen and worked in the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek from 1923 as a librarian. A firm nationalist, Kummer became a member of the Freikorps Epp in 1919 and took part in […]
Go to Part 1. It should be noted that Steding is opposed even to the culture of the Holy Roman Empire, which he considers as a mere “European cultural community” in which the Germans occupied a position hardly suited to their central location. It could perform “cultural tasks” because it was a very loose structure […]