Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Book News (4-20-11)


Frontkampfer: The Life of Et Wolsink: A History by S.L.F. A Sunwheel Publication, NS Press UK, 2010. Trade paperback, 156 pp., frontispiece and seven photographs on the cover. Aviailable for 12 Pounds (UK) from: NS Press, PO Box 6, Heckmondwike, Yorkshire, WF14 0XF, United Kingdom.

This is a sympathetic "as told to" biography of Gerrit "Et" Wolsink, a Dutch National-Socialist and member of the Waffen-SS. Produced by the British Movement.

The Great Economic Debacle -- and Beyond: Reviews and Commentary by Dwight D. Murphey. Council for Social and Economic Studies, Washington, DC, 2011. Trade paperback, 168 pp., index. See:

A nationalist economist analyses the globalist mishandling on the world economy.

Hitler's First War: Adolf Hitler, the Men of the List Regiment and the First World War
by Thomas Weber. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2010. Index, 450 pp., 28 photographs ISBN 978-019-233-205.

Thomas Weber is a mainstream historian and academician, who is probably Jewish. This is a detailed and fascinating, but completely hostile, account of Hitler's participation in World War One and his life immediately afterwards. A complete NS review of this book by Martin Kerr appears in the current issue of the British publication Heritage & Destiny. See for ordering information about H&D.


Now and Forever: Devotional Poems by Savitri Devi, edited by R.G. Fowler. Hardback, illustrated, 128 pp. Further information:

This previously unpublished book by Savitri Devi was originally scheduled for release on January 1, 2011, but the publication date as then pushed back to April 1, 2011. To our knowledge, it still has not appeared. We hope that whatever problems there are be resolved soon, as we await this volume with eager anticipation!


An updated booklist by NS Publications is now available. NS Publications is the oldest (since 1968) and one of the most reliable suppliers of National-Socialist materials in the English-speaking world. The list is 15 pages long, and contains over 200 books and other items. It is available for a nominal cost of $3. For a copy of the new printed list (which we believe is more current than even their online list), contact