Message from Sleightology in Nick Fuentes Server #book-talk
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i have so much shit i need to read
That's Hitler's home videos, I compiled them and set it to sad music, brilliant for propaganda purposes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3dPOAzKYuM&t=246s
My amazon wishlist never gets smaller, no matter how many I order
Well the ones filmed at the Berghof are
huh apparently ive been on this video before, because im 4 minutes in
its a timestamp
Maybe I was 4 minutes in when I copied the link.. boomer tech
oh haha, I thought it was on my end
I've quite a few audio readings and text to voice stuff such as this one:
The American reading list looks quite good
im not interested in the german or other ones
but american third position looks interesting
nazism is an old meme
whats a good book on ww1 that is completely truthful and has no sneaky lies
Storm of steel but I imagine you're looking for a historical analysis?
Storm of Steel is good, can recommend
From storm of steel
Who else wants a Assad Cardboard cutout?
"Rage-Goddess, sing the rage of Peleus' son Achilles, murderous, doomed, that cost the Achaeans countless losses, hurling down to the House of Death so many sturdy souls..."
Eco-Fascism Reading List
no uncle ted?
i guess he wasn't really a fascist
Industrial Society and it's Future is on there
What version of storm of steel did you guys get? I hear the most popular one has a lot of revision
Also anyone know any good books about colonization/imperialism?
@Hans Here's the link to the version I bought, generally reliable, no agenda. I always skip the translator's introduction however, I don't like people to interpret the book for me. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Storm-Steel-Penguin-Modern-Classics/dp/0141186917
As far as books on colonization go it kind of depends on what you're going for, if you want to read about colonial history then I can personally recommend "A History of New Sweden" by Israel Acrelius. It's a great book about the Swedish american colony on the Delaware river at the height of the Swedish Empire.
I would also recommend taking a look at the 'Forgotten Books' website, they have a whole bunch of great publications, histories and ethnographical surveys during the times of Empire , as well as I think some East India Company records and publications