ABOUT THIS SITE
It's my conviction that everything mankind has produced should be digitally accessible on the internet, and it was a miracle to me why Chamberlain's great works weren't there. I became interested in Chamberlain after reading a newspaper article about Cosima Wagner and the Bayreuther Kreis, and after reading Trevor Ravenscroft's book Spear of Destiny (great fun to read but don't expect historical truth, that book is about other truths...) and a collection of Chamberlain-reviews, bought from a Dutch antiquarian. When I searched for Chamberlain's books on the internet I found none. Intolerable! So I decided to built a site of my own, with all source-texts I could find.
Are you a Nazi, Fascist,
May I copy photos and
to internet sources that I used for building this site, or that are otherwise interesting.
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there used to be a link to my favourite search engine Google. But not anymore. If
censors itself because the Chinese
communists wants them to, one begins to wonder what other
information is kept secret for us to please which government.
Update September 1st, 2007
Yahoo can't be trusted either. The company provided the Chinese government with information that led to years of jail sentence for "dissidents" Shi Tao and Li Zhi. Thank you, Yahoo! The company reminded me of Jonathan Swift's malicious Yahoos, obsessed with "pretty stones".
Update January 13th, 2010
OK, forget what I've said above. It seems Google doesn't want to be evil anymore.
Alfred Loisy called the Foundations “un système religieux“, and I think he was right. Chamberlain's works abound with people related to the Christian religion: Popes, church fathers, Christian philosophers. Osarsyph, Papias, Loisy and Chamberlain himself: you'll find them all at this site. Huge and gründlich, as you would expect from those Germans.
Adolf von Harnack's Marcion: Das Evangelium vom fremden Gott
In the preface of his last book, "Mensch und Gott", Chamberlain wrote that church father Marcion was "a noble man, who carried in his heart a noble goal for the welfare of Christianity", and that there are "remarkable similarities" between Marcion's religious convictions and the ideas of Chamberlain himself, as laid down in aforementioned book.
Tertullian's Adversus Marcionem
Nationale de France
Collection of texts from German authors and scans from German magazines 'till 1945, most of them related to National Socialism. But also other interesting works: von Clausewitz, Ernst Haeckel, Wilhelm II...
Richard Wagner's books, essays
translated into English. For some original texts in German, see Projekt
World War I in 270 pictures
Coloured photographs from a collector's album, with comment — seen from a German perspective.
Richard Wagner's books, essays and libretti, translated into Spanish. Also at this site the Spanish translation of Chamberlain's Das Drama Richard Wagners: El drama Wagneriano, and some other texts of his hand.
For the sake of political correctness the memorial plaquette, attached to Chamberlain's house in the Blümelgasse in Vienna, was removed; streets named after him were rebaptised after the war, for instance the Chamberlainstraße in Berlin (now the Niklasstraße). In Bayreuth Chamberlain is no longer honorary freeman thanks to the zealous Socialist Party there. I wonder what they are going to do about Der Fall Wagner, that notorious anti-Semite...
ist wer in Bayreuth
End of page. Last update: January 16th, 2009