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Before becoming disillusioned with political militancy and retiring to a quiet rural life where he wrote the majority of his historical and metapolitical texts, Dominique Venner was heavily involved in the fight for French Algeria, both during and after the war. While serving a prison term for his involvement with the dissident paramilitary group, the Organisation armée secrète (OAS), he sought to write a text that would synthesize the vast domain of right-wing thought into a coherent political doctrine, a right-wing manifesto in the same vein as Vladmir Lenin's What is to be Done? For a…mehr

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Before becoming disillusioned with political militancy and retiring to a quiet rural life where he wrote the majority of his historical and metapolitical texts, Dominique Venner was heavily involved in the fight for French Algeria, both during and after the war. While serving a prison term for his involvement with the dissident paramilitary group, the Organisation armée secrète (OAS), he sought to write a text that would synthesize the vast domain of right-wing thought into a coherent political doctrine, a right-wing manifesto in the same vein as Vladmir Lenin's What is to be Done? For a Positive Critique is the fruit of that labor, and it sowed the seeds for his future metapolitical endeavors with Europe-Action, GRECE, and ILIADE.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: ARKTOS MEDIA LTD
  • Seitenzahl: 64
  • Erscheinungstermin: 27. September 2017
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 218mm x 139mm x 7mm
  • Gewicht: 94g
  • ISBN-13: 9781912079841
  • ISBN-10: 1912079844
  • Artikelnr.: 49257841
Autorenporträt
Dominique Venner (1935-2013) was a French writer and historian. He wrote over fifty books about history, specializing in the history of weapons and hunting. He served as a paratrooper during the Algerian War, and was jailed for 18 months for his involvement with the Organization of the Secret Army, which sought to retain French Algeria through armed insurrection. He was subsequently involved in a decade of intense political activism, and also worked with Alain de Benoist's 'New Right' organization, GRECE. Before his decision to publicly end his life in 2013, the goal of which was to awaken the minds of his European compatriots, he was in charge of the Nouvelle Revue de l'Histoire. In 2015, Arktos published the first of his major works to appear in English: 'The Shock of History', which was written for Arktos shortly before his suicide.