National Socialism: Vanguard of the Future

Selected Writings of

Colin Jordan

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Colin Jordan was one of the most influential postwar National Socialists activists and thinkers, with a political career that spanned over 40 years.

This book, first published in 1993, expounds his views on topics of historical and current interest. It is divided into three sections and contains eleven essays in total.

These essays discuss Adolf Hitler, denounce Strasserites and “Hollywood Nazis,” Richard Walther Darré’s Green movement and Rudolf Hess’s death, before outlining the philosophical principles of National Socialism and makes some practical suggestions for obtaining political power.

CONTENTS

Introduction

I. The Past: Adolf Hitler and National Socialist Germany

  1. Hitler Was Right!
  2. Adolf Hitler: The Man Against Time
  3. Adolf Hitler: Man of the Century
  4. The Enemy Within
  5. Book Review: Blood and Soil by Anna Bramwell
  6. Murder at Spandau

II. The Present: National Socialism Today

  1. National Socialism: A Philosophical Appraisal
  2. National Socialism: World Creed for the Future

III. Into the Future: The National Socialist Vanguard

  1. Building the Vanguard
  2. Party Time has Ended: The Case for Politics Beyond the Party
  3. A Train of Thought

Appendix:

Letter to Gerald Kaufman, M.P.

Biographical Note

Postscript to the 2011 Edition


First published by Nordland Forlag Aalborg 1993
This edition 2011 by The Historical Review Press

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