Go to Part 1 Go to Part 2 The Optimism of Adolf Hitler The common thread linking most if not all of Adolf Hitler’s actions and statements throughout The Forced War is ethnocentrism. He harbored a deep identification with the German people, and, to a lesser extent, an appreciation of distinct, non-German (or non-Aryan) European […]
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Go to Part 1. Hoggan asserts early in The Forced War that Lord Halifax, despite nominally being the British foreign secretary, in fact controlled British foreign policy on the European continent—not Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. Further, Halifax from the beginning had contempt for Hitler’s revisionist aims for the German people, who were clearly wronged by […]
A re-formatted and expanded new edition is now available, in both hardcover and softcover, from the Institute for Historical Review. The Forced War (hardcover and softcover) David Hoggan Institute for Historical Review, 1989/2023 The conflict between Warsaw and Berlin became the pretext in 1939 for the implementation of the antiquated English balance of power policy. […]
Any effective political movement will know its own strengths and weaknesses as well as its enemy’s. Obviously, this helps enable it to attack where the enemy is most vulnerable and to protect itself where it is also most vulnerable. For the Dissident Right and White Nationalists in America—and for all European nationalists in Europe—the principal […]
The Transfer Agreement Edwin Black Dialog Press, 2009 edition. When you write a polemic, one meant to justify victory in a war, it would be best to deliver checkmate—that is, irrefutable proof that the correct side had won and that lives had not been sacrificed in vain. Edwin Black’s 1984 volume The Transfer Agreement, which […]
Stalin’s War Against the Jews: The Doctor’s Plot and the Soviet Solution Louis Rapoport Free Press, 1990 A person’s lack of self-awareness can produce a sense of eye-rolling irony. Not a pleasant feeling—sort of like spinning one’s wheels. But such an encounter doesn’t have to be a total loss. A self-unaware person can still teach […]
A couple of weeks ago, Jewish conservative Dennis Prager went “death con 3” against Nick Fuentes. Although he didn’t produce a quote or a source, Prager accused Fuentes of claiming that a mere “few hundred thousand” Jews were killed in the Jewish Holocaust rather than the canonical figure of six million. The shamelessly manipulative title […]