Madison Grant – The Passing of the Great Race.pdf – “Grant in ‘Passing of the Great Race’ following the tripartite racial typology of William Ripley (‘Races of Europe’, 1899) began to then question the mental attributes and achievements of these sub races within the Caucasoid race. This had been done little before and most physical anthropologists although recognising the three Caucasoid subraces: Mediterranean, Nordic and Alpine did not believe any were specifically superior or inferior. Grant’s work has often been cited as one of the most influential texts on Nordicism – the belief in the superiority of the Nordic (or Teutonic) subrace who in phenotype are dolichocephalic and blonde haired. Although you can find occasional passages in his work that suggest this, nowhere is this stated explicitely. In fact the Mediterraneans are admitted to be the first builders of civilization in the middle-east, while the Alpines are credited as bringing bronze to Europe. The work explores the phycological or behavioural aspects of these Caucasoid subraces and there is an interesting chapter on ‘Race and Habitat’ which explores the origins of these, especially among the Nordic. Grant starts his historical recap from Paleolithic times, starting from the Cro-Magnons around 30,000 years ago, considered to be the earliest ancestral Caucasoid racial type. He then covers the Neolithic and Bronze Ages and the races mainly associated with them. The work is most notable for its description and content of the Alpine race, a Caucasoid subrace not found given much attention in other scientific literature. The Alpines were brachycephalic (round headed) and are the subracial type of most Central Europeans. Grant traces their presence in ancient Britain by crania unearthed from round barrows. Regarding the Mediterrenean race, like most, Grant considers their phenotype the closest to the Upper Paleolithic occupants of Europe. The work also attempts to trace a Nordic settlement in ancient Greece. Overall its superb book despite its old age – if you are interested in the ethnology, physical anthropology or origins of the Caucasoid subraces of Europe”.
Houston Stewart Chamberlain – THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE 19TH CENTURY (1912).pdf – “Written in the 1890s, this is a classic account of a cultural/historical hypothesis which, in varying degrees, influenced Europe and America from the mid 19th century onwards and is by no means extinct today. Following Gobineau, Chamberlain postulated that the driving force of world history is the Aryan race. The purest Aryans, he believed, are the Teutons. He defined this category broadly to include not only the Germans, English, Scandinavians etc. but also the “Germanic” Celts and “Germanic” Slavs (he concedes that the latter are hard to find). The book traces the rise of Western civilization from its roots in Greece, Rome and Christianity – which, properly understood, owed nothing to Judaism – to full flower in 19th-century northern Europe”.
David Duke – My awakening.pdf – “Duke published his autobiography My Awakening: A Path to Racial Understanding in 1998. The book details Duke’s social philosophies, especially his reasoning behind racial separation. In the book, Duke says: We (Whites) desire to live in our own neighborhoods, go to our own schools, work in our own cities and towns, and ultimately live as one extended family in our own nations. We shall end the racial genocide of integration. We shall work for the eventual establishment of a separate homeland for African Americans, so each race will be free to pursue its own destiny without racial conflicts and ill will”. Duke says the work “has become the most important book in the entire world in the effort to awaken our people for our heritage and freedom.”