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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryPotato
    I had to quit reading Deceived, Damned, & Defiant by David Lane. Going into the book I had a tremendous respect for Mr Lane just for starting the 14 Words. After reading through about 2/3rds of the book I had to stop. Mr Lane seems to be a conspiracy nut. WW2 was started by the jews in order to secure Israel? We should all rape white women to increase our population? The second question/statement caused me to stop reading. If anyone thinks I should continue on let me know.
    Ha-ha-ha! I did exactly the same thing when I tried to read it years ago. I get so much sh!t from all over the "movement" for calling David Lane a nutcase. I only managed to get through about 1/3 before I put it away. Maybe I'll use it for the fire.

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    ...currently reading The Vikings, revised addition, by Else Roesdahl, for the umpteenth time.

    Latest additions:
    Celtic and Old Norse Designs by Courtney Davis
    Ancient Scandinavian Designs by Bev Ulsrud Van Berkom
    Viking Designs by A. G. Smith

    These are all just picture books for some upcoming needlework projects. I'm going to transfer some of these designs onto tapestry & needlepoint canvas.

    The Friends of the Library is having their bi-annual sale next week.

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    The Path to Freedom - Michael Collins
    Inside the Brotherhood - Martin Short
    Kingdoms of the Celts - John King

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoob

    And --- Nietzche was Saxon? He was from a Polish (Slavic) family.
    Well, at the best he was of partly Polish descend - but even that seems not to be true:

    http://www.friedrichnietzsche.de/ind...sid=&action=21

    "Die Familienlegende von der polnischen Herkunft seiner väterlichen Vorfahren, die er öfter erwähnt, hat sich als unhaltbar erwiesen, (...) Die bis jetzt festgestellten Vorfahren Nietzsches gehören in Ihrer überwiegenden Mehrzahl dem Bürgertum kleinerer Städte (Handwerker, Gewerbetreibende, Beamte) und dem Landpfarrerstande an. Das Bauertum ist nur schwach vertreten.(...) Betreffs der landschaftlichen Herkunft bietet die Ahnentafel ein sehr geschlossenes Bild. Mit ganz wenigen Ausnahmen stammen die Vorfahren Nietzsches aus dem engen Raum, der begrenzt wird durch die Orte Langensalza, Sangerhausen, Eisleben, Eilenburg, Zwickau, Plauen (Vogtld.), Saalburg (westl. Plauen), Stadtilm (südl. Weimar); dazu das von der Ostgrenze dieses Raumes ca. 120 km östlich liegende Burgau i.d. Oberlausitz(...)."

    Translation: "The family legend of the Polish origin of his paternal anestors which he mentioned sometimes, has turned out to be untendable, (...) The ancestors of Nietzsche who have been found out until now belong in their predominating majority to the middle classes of smaller towns (craftsmen, traders, officials) and to the rank of rural priests. Peasants are only few appearing. (...) In respect to the regional origin, the genealogical table gives a very closed image: With very few exceptions the ancestors of Nietzsche come from a narrow space of which the boundarary is formed of the places Langensalza, Sangerhausen, Eisleben, Eilenburg, Zwickau, Plauen (Vogtland), Saalburg (west of Plauen), Stadtilm (south of Weimar); in addition to it Burgau in the Upper Lausitz which lies 120 km east of the eastern border of this space (...)."

    One can also order Nietzsche's genealogical table here:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordgau
    Well, at the best he was of partly Polish descend - but even that seems not to be true:

    http://www.friedrichnietzsche.de/ind...sid=&action=21

    Translation: "The family legend of the Polish origin of his paternal anestors which he mentioned sometimes, has turned out to be untendable, (...) The ancestors of Nietzsche who have been found out until now belong in their predominating majority to the middle classes of smaller towns (craftsmen, traders, officials) and to the rank of rural priests. Peasants are only few appearing. (...) In respect to the regional origin, the genealogical table gives a very closed image: With very few exceptions the ancestors of Nietzsche come from a narrow space of which the boundarary is formed of the places Langensalza, Sangerhausen, Eisleben, Eilenburg, Zwickau, Plauen (Vogtland), Saalburg (west of Plauen), Stadtilm (south of Weimar); in addition to it Burgau in the Upper Lausitz which lies 120 km east of the eastern border of this space (...)."

    One can also order Nietzsche's genealogical table here:
    http://www.lebensbuch.com/books5.htm
    Interesting. But the surname "Nietzsche" sounds like Germanicized Slavic to me, although that's just my lay observation.

    Anyway, I've been reading some of his stuff for the second time in my life recently, and he's a very refreshing and insightful guy at times.

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    Nietzsche manufactured a (Noble Protestant) Polish background for himself.

    At least one of his biographers (Curt Paul Janz) in his two-volume biography states that he looked extensively into Nietzsche's genealogy and didn't find traces of Polish descent.

    Now, the question remains why he (and members of his family) engaged in just a delusional scheme, i.e., why did they think that they were of partly Polish descent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by friedrich braun
    Nietzsche manufactured a (Noble Protestant) Polish background for himself.

    At least one of his biographers (Curt Paul Janz) in his two-volume biography states that he looked extensively into Nietzsche's genealogy and didn't find traces of Polish descent.

    Now, the question remains why he (and members of his family) engaged in just a delusional scheme, i.e., why did they think that they were of partly Polish descent?
    Possibly because Nietzsche was a social misfit. He had a lot of negative things to say about Germans and German society. That's my best guess.

    I don't know too much about German attitudes toward Poland and the Polish in the mid 19th century, so I can't say more than that.

    Did the Nietzsche family also believe this myth? Lots of people claim descent from royalty in the USA. Whether it's real or imagined, it's a common phenomenon.

    Or maybe they really did have some kind of Slavic ancestry. There were Slavic groups who got assimilated to Germany. The Wends come to mind. The name Nietzsche does not sound German at all to me. The biographer might be wrong.

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    I am going out of subject here and a lot of Nords will not be interested, but some might. I know not all the Nords on this site are anti-Med., but I was cleaning my room somewhat and I found a book and I forgot I even had it. The book is called "Italians First" by ??? Barone(forgot the first name LOL) It lists and describes all the inventions Italians came up with. Alexander Graham Bell did not actually invent the telephone. It was the Italian's idea. The book is loaded with innovations. I recommend it to anyone who is interested.

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    The Enemy of Europe (The Enemy of Our Enemies) - Francis Parker Yockey

    Yes, I finally bought the latest Library Bell 2003 edition - in a Swedish book store(!).
    Last edited by Julius; Tuesday, January 20th, 2004 at 10:54 AM.

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    Liberty Bell?
    And all my youth passed by sad-hearted,
    the joy of Spring was never mine;
    Autumn blows through me dread of parting,
    and my heart dreams and longs to die.

    - Nikolaus Lenau (1802-1850)

    Real misanthropes are not found in solitude, but in the world; since it is experience of life, and not philosophy, which produces real hatred of mankind.

    - Giacomo Leopardi (1798-1837)

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