Welcome to the new Rebel Site

Adolf Hitler - Collection of Speeches (1922-1945)

Adolf Hitler was one of the most important figures of the twentieth century and a man whose political power derived directly from his extraordinary abilities as a public speaker.  Hitler was also the lynchpin of the Third Reich.  Without Hitler there would never have been a Nazi State.  Despite this universally recognized fact, however, complete copies of Hitler's speeches remain difficult to find in German and nearly impossible to find in English translation.  This reality greatly hinders our ability to better understand the nature of the Third Reich.

Comment (0) Hits: 1068

Adolf Hitler: Life of a Leader

A portrait in words and pictures of the life and accomplishments of Adolf Hitler, the only leader who successfully rebuilt and lifted up a battered, bombed-out, and exploited nation out of the doldrums of chronic economic depression and parasitical culture distortion, as told by those around him. Contains numerous photographic plates.

Comment (0) Hits: 954

Adolf Hitler: Mein Kampf (English Translation)

Mein Kampf is an autobiographical manifesto by the leader of the National Socialist Workers Party, Adolf Hitler, in which he outlines his political ideology and future plans for Germany.

Comment (0) Hits: 829

Alex S. Perry Jr: Adolf Hitler - An Overlooked Candidate for the Nobel Prize

If anyone deserved the Nobel Peace Prize, it was Adolf Hitler. Hitler did not want war. World War II was forced on Germany. Poland was encouraged to attack Germany by the promises of British Ambassador Sir Howard William Kennard and French Ambassador Leon Noel. They promised unconditionally that England and France would come to Poland’s immediate aid should she need it in case of war with Germany; therefore, no matter what Poland did to provoke Germany’s attack, Poland had an assurance from England and France. With this guarantee, Poland began acting ruthlessly. In addition, Kennard and Noel flattered Poland into thinking she was a great power. As the Chinese proverb says, “You can flatter a man to jump off the roof.” They sabotaged the efforts of those Polish leaders who wanted a policy of friendship with Germany.

Comment (0) Hits: 1149

Apocalypse 1945: The Destruction of Dresden (2005)

Few Britons had heard of the bombing of Dresden before this book was published. Sir Arthur Harris, Commander-in-Chief of Bomber Command, afterwards described the author [David Irving] as the only historian whom he would trust. Read about the WWII’s only true holocaust where 500,000 – 1,000,000 were literally cremated by allied bombers under orders to attack civilian targets (all in violation of international law). The 2005 and the original 1995 edition are identical except the 2005 edition features a few extra notes and a more-readable typeface.

Comment (0) Hits: 730

Barbara Kulaszka: 'Did Six Million Really Die?'

Canadian revisionist publisher Ernst Zündel was placed on trial twice by jew haters for making “false news claims” by his mere publication of a 32-page booklet entitled Did Six Million Really Die? After two convictions (including at this trial), free speech finally prevailed when a Canadian supreme court ruled the booklet was not “likely to cause racial and social intolerance.” This book gives the background to and testimony of the trial itself so the reader may be the final judge and jury.

Comment (0) Hits: 774

David Irving: Churchill's War - Volume 1: Struggle for Power

Irving is one of the world's most widely read dissident historians: unwilling to rely on published biographies or histories, he cuts across fresh ploughed country, searching in unlikely places for the bare rock of history: diaries, files, and private papers. When Irving offers new theories, sometimes adventurous ones, these are never demolished. "Churchill," he concludes in this book, "was a man who destroyed two empires, one of them the enemy's." 

Comment (0) Hits: 801

David Irving: Churchill's War - Volume 2: Triumph in Adversity

Irving is one of the world's most widely read dissident historians: unwilling to rely on published biographies or histories, he cuts across fresh ploughed country, searching in unlikely places for the bare rock of history: diaries, files, and private papers. When Irving offers new theories, sometimes adventurous ones, these are never demolished. "Churchill," he concludes in this book, "was a man who destroyed two empires, one of them the enemy's." 

Comment (0) Hits: 697

David Irving: Goebbels - Mastermind of the Third Reich

Goebbels

As a memorial to his oldest daughter Josephine (1963-1999), David Irving invites you to accept his biography of Hitler’s propaganda minister Dr Joseph Goebbels, the first work to be based on the long-lost diaries of the minister which he retrieved from the former KGB archives in Moscow.

Comment (0) Hits: 855

David Irving: Göring: A Biography

Hermann Goring was Hitler's hand-picked successor, his alter ego, commander of the storm stroopers and the Luftwaffe, architect of the Gestapo, the concentration camps and the massive bombings of British civilian centers. Irving has crafted a biography that captures the inner works of Nazi Germany.

Comment (0) Hits: 891

Newsletter

 

Contact us

Connect with us

We're on Social Networks. Follow us & get in touch.
You are here: Home Books History