Entries by Alexander Jacob

Excerpts from Léon Degrelle and Prince Friedrich Christian of Schaumburg-Lippe Addressed to the Youth of Europe

Messages to the Youth of Europe: Prince Friedrich Christian & Léon Degrelle Translated and edited by Alexander Jacob Uthwita Press, 2024 Léon Degrelle (1906–1994) began his career in Belgium as a Catholic journalist who worked for the conservative Catholic periodical Christus Rex. In 1935 he founded the populist Rexist Party, morphed from Christus Rex, which […]

Eugen Dühring on the Jewish Question, Part 1: The German Socialism of Eugen Dühring

Part 1: The German Socialism of Eugen Dühring[1] Eugen Dühring (1833–1921) was born in Berlin the son of a Prussian bureaucrat. He studied law, philosophy and political econ­omy at the University of Berlin. Although he began his career by practicing law (1856–59), he was forced to give up this profession at the age of twenty […]

Julius Evola dans le Troisième Reich

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, […]

New Book: Julius Evola in the Third Reich

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 […]

The Battle Between the Eternal Roman and the Eternal Jew: Selections from Ernst Niekisch’s Die dritte, imperiale Figur (The Third Imperial Figure) (1935), Part 2 of 2

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 […]

The Battle Between the Eternal Roman and the Eternal Jew: Selections from Ernst Niekisch’s Die dritte imperiale Figur (The Third Imperial Figure) (1935), Part 1 of 2 )

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 […]