Tag Archives: Richard Wagner

Music and the III Reich

Guillermo Coletti Of all the difficulties that the National Socialists had to confront in 1933, upon their coming to political power in Germany, perhaps the most challenging was restoring to Germany a cultural life of its own. The preceding political … Continue reading

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“The Camp of the Saints” Revisited

Maj. D. V. Clerkin Written in 1973, THE CAMP OF THE SAINTS, a novel by French author Jean Raspail, was an instant controversial hit. It described an invasion by an armada of over one hundred leaky ships carrying a million … Continue reading

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Houston Stewart Chamberlain: Writer – Historian – Critic

Frithjof Hallman On September 9, 1980, the 125th anniversary of the birth of Houston Steward Chamberlain, the renowned philosopher and son-in-law of the composer Richard Wagner, was celebrated by West German conservatives. Regrettably, a number of Chamberlain’s most important works … Continue reading

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