THE VERY first book published by Dr. William Pierce — his translation of Dietrich Eckart’s Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin: A Dialogue Between Adolf Hitler and Me — is now available in its original National Vanguard Books edition for only $10 in the US and $18 outside the US. This is the same authorized 1999 edition, production of which was overseen by Dr. Pierce himself, that has been seen selling used on Amazon for between $30 and $360 as a collectors’ item, and is not to be confused with later, illegal, print-on-demand pirated editions. (The inferior pirated editions end up costing you more when postage and handling are added — our prices are postpaid.)
This book should be in the personal libraries of all serious students of National Socialism and activists for our European race. Support the work of the National Alliance — and get a better deal than if one purchases the bootlegged edition.
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In 1945, the victors of the Second World War began a campaign of destruction and book-burning reminiscent of Fahrenheit 451. Everything in Germany pertaining to National Socialism was destroyed — magazines, newspapers, books, pamphlets, monographs, postcards, political tracts, handbooks, works of art, and anything else you can name. They were attempting to obliterate a philosophy and an entire way of life. One has to wonder: What were they afraid of?
This book, however, survived.
You can read this 89-page work in less than a day, but its effect is startling and powerful.
Dietrich Eckart has been called “the spiritual founder of the National Socialist Party.” Hitler dedicated Mein Kampf to his memory (The very last line of that book reads, “Among those heroes I want to count that man, one of the best, who devoted his life to the awakening of his, our people, in his writings and thoughts and finally his deeds: Dietrich Eckart.”)
Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin is Eckart’s reconstruction of his conversations with Hitler on the subject of Jews and Judaism. It was compiled from incomplete notes found after Eckart’s death, and published the same year as Mein Kampf.
Bolshevism follows a history of Judaism from Biblical times to the 20th century, including references to the deleterious effects of the Old Testament and Pauline Christianity on European civilization. It is a systematic and well-written indictment of Jewish power presented in the form of a back-and-forth conversation. Hitler speaks; Eckart asks a question; Hitler expands; Eckart comments; and so on. There is not another book quite like it on planet Earth.
This book’s insights were fundamental to William Pierce’s awakening to a full understanding of the world.