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Fascist and Third Position Books Anonymous Board owner 12/01/2019 (Sun) 01:45:05 No. 2
Post good works that you've read and ask for recommendations ITT.

The list below only consists of works that I myself have personally read. If anybody can vouch for any other good works, let me know!

BASIC READING LIST
National Socialism (NSDAP):

>Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler
There are many editions of this book, of course. The best are Thomas Dalton’s new translation and of course Stalag. I’ve also read Manheim and didn’t think it was too bad, but it’s a little too wordy and is translated by a Jew
>Zweites Buch by Adolf Hitler
>The Program of the NSDAP by Gottfried Feder
>The Manifesto for the Breaking of Interest Slavery by Gottfried Feder

Black Front / Strasserism:
>German Tomorrow by Dr. Otto Strasser
>Deutschlands Erneuerung by Dr. Otto Strasser (in German only)

Iron Guard / Romanian Fascism:
>For my Legionaries by Corneliu Zelea Codreanu

British Union of Fascists (BUF):
>Fascism: 100 Questions Asked and Answered by Oswald Mosley
>Tomorrow We Live by Oswald Mosley
>My Life by Oswald Mosley
>Fascism v. Jewry by William Joyce
>National Socialism Now by William Joyce
>The Coming Corporate State by A. Raven Thompson

Italian Fascism:
>Origins and Doctrine of Fascism by Giovanni Gentile
>CasaPound Italia platform: http://www.casapounditalia.org/p/who-we-are.html

JSTOR Articles I've read on more obscure groups with little available material in English:
>Ação Integralista Brasileira: Fascism in Brazil, 1932-1938 by Stanley E. Hilton
>Integralism and the Brazilian Catholic Church by Margaret Todaro Williams
>The Chilean Movimiento Nacional Socialista, the German-Chilean Community, and the Third Reich, 1932-1939: Myth and Reality by Marcus Klein
>Nazism in Chile: A Particular Type of Fascism in South America by Jaime Antonio Etchepare and Hamish L. Stewart
>A Case of Non-European Fascism: Chilean National Socialism in the 1930s by Mario Sznajder
>Fascism and Sinarquismo: Popular Nationalisms Against the Mexican Revolution by Albert L. Michaels

Cultured Thug is also a good YouTube channel for overviews of fascist literature:
https://www.bitchute.com/channel/cultured_thug/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFVf_ACP5I8VF5VsmSDQ8tQ

Helpful Links:
https://sci-hub.tw/
http://gen.lib.rus.ec/
https://archive.org/
https://www.bitchute.com/cultured_thug/
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Heres some good reading anons
There is lots of talk about Ecofascism these days, so make sure to read some Linkola, the madman himself.
http://www.penttilinkola.com/pentti_linkola/ecofascism/
https://archive.org/details/clpbpl
>>4
I’ve finally been getting into Evola so this list will be a big help for many Metaphysics of War was fantastic. Here’s a Guénon infograph too
>>>>5
He is a hard read at first but when you get get used to him itll get easier
>>6
That was my experience at first as well. Once I understood to some extent the outline of some aspects of his thought in general and got used to his writing style it became much easier. I’ve been meaning to try to re-tackle Revolt Against the Modern World here soon. The first time I tried I only made it half way through before being bogged down
>>7
I took a few times for me to fully digest revolt against the modern eorld, but when I did it became a backbone on which I was able to read his other works.
>>8
Evola's works are definitely the type that one has to read and re-read in order to fully appreciate them.
Audiobooks

Savitri Devi- The Lightning and the sun

https://archive.org/details/thelightningandthesunaudiobook_201907

James Mason- Siege

https://archive.org/details/JamesMasonSiege09

CORNELIU ZELEA CODREANU- For My Legionaires

https://www.bitchute.com/video/mgPz2Nyamko9/

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