Varange, Ulick [Yockey, Francis Parker]

Imperium [Volume I only]

Westropa Press, 1948

12500.00 € (Ladysmith, Canada)

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"This book is different from other books. First of all, it is only in form a book at all. In reality it is a part of the life of action. It is a turning-point in European history, a late turning-point, but a real one. This book is itself the first blow in the gigantic war for the liberation of Europe. The prime enemy is the traitor within Europe, who alone makes possible the starving and looting of Europe by the outer forces. He is the symbol of Chaos and Death. Between him and the spirit of the twentieth century is unremitting war." - Foreword. "The spectacle of [Yockey, 1917-1960] being persecuted, framed and driven to his death simply because he wrote [this] book is not one we would expect to see in the Twentieth Century in the land of the free and the home of the brave." - Willis Carto. [10], iv, [4]-405, [3] pp. Average wear and soiling to publisher's khaki cloth. Title embossed atop front board. Black lettering upon backstrip which has been professionally restored. Modicum of moisture-induced rippling near fore-edge of back board. Binding sound. Contents tanned at periphery. Foxing to free endpapers. Publisher's address lightly penciled upon copyright page, otherwise unmarked. No dust jacket. A sound copy of this nationalist classic. 7.25" x 5". Singerman 757 Book