The general book thread

Discussion in 'Literature' started by Olavsson, 6 October 2013.

  1. Are you looking specifically for literature that deals with the Zeitgeist, or just books written during that time? It Cannot be Stormed by Ernst von Salomon is supposed to be good. Hermann Hesse wrote most of his well-known books (eg. Siddharta and Der Steppenwolf) during the period between the wars. There's some good stuff by Ernst Jünger, too.
     
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  2. Werifesterian

    Werifesterian Senior Member

    Something of both. I'm most interested in British fiction.
     
  3. Celtic Skogsra

    Celtic Skogsra Heroic Member

    Ewers and Viereck. :)
     
  4. Posidonius

    Posidonius Junior Member

    Does anybody here have Evola's "Zen: The Religion of the Samurai"? I am desperately looking for a digital copy...
     
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  5. Pachakuti_Runa

    Pachakuti_Runa Junior Member

    Any recommendations in non-fiction about the Waffen-SS?
     
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  6. Manu

    Manu Señor Member Sustaining Member
    1. Norden
    2. Knights of the Iron Cross

    "Grenadiers" By Kurt Meyer.

    The SS leadership manual is also pretty great. You can find both om amazon/kindle.
     
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  7. Pachakuti_Runa

    Pachakuti_Runa Junior Member

    Thanks, do you know also a more strictly historical-descriptive account of the SS?
     
  8. Manu

    Manu Señor Member Sustaining Member
    1. Norden
    2. Knights of the Iron Cross

    Look at the Osprey series of history books, there are a few about the SS. If you want descriptions in words and pictures, that is. If you mean something contemporary outlining training, doctrine, battles and such, I don't know of anything really outstanding. The Osprey books are praised by most history buffs. When it comes to the SS, the powers that be of course makes them include the virulent lies of the victorious New World Order as well as some actual bad stuff. Nobody ever writes a balanced account, sadly.
     
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  9. Bast

    Bast Member Sustaining Member



     
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  10. Bast

    Bast Member Sustaining Member

    I have the book Conquest By Man, by Paul Herrmann on order for really cheap. Has anyone read it to say if his work is still relevant to prehistoric migration of the White race? I heard about it in the introduction to Yockey's Imperium, but I had no idea how much has "changed" in prehistory.
     
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