Deanna Spingola’s guest, historian Rodney Martin discusses Alfred Rosenberg’s Essay “Jewish World Politics” from June of 1924.
This radio program originally aired on October 26th, 2012 on the Republic Broadcasting Network (RBN). This mp3 file is edited and commercial free.
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Rodney Martin discusses Alfred Rosenberg’s Essays: “Jewish Bolshevism” and “Stock-Exchange Bolshevism”, published in 1921. This program originally aired on October 29th 2012.
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Alfred Rosenberg (1893-1946), was born in Estonia, one of the Baltic provinces of Russia, and his youth was steeped in studies of the Nordic sagas and the works of Houston Stewart Chamberlain. It was Chamberlainâs Foundations of the Nineteenth Century which gave Rosenberg the inspiration to write his own major work The Myth of the Twentieth Century. When the NSDAP acquired full political power in 1933, Rosenberg was given nominal control of the Partyâs Foreign Policy Office. In 1934, he was appointed leader of ideological indoctrination and education. Only during the war, in 1941, did Rosenberg obtain a major political post as Minister for the Eastern Occupied Territories. At the end of the war, Rosenberg was arrested and tried at Nuremberg, where he was condemned to death by hanging on 15 October, 1946.
Article: The significance of Alfred Rosenberg in the age of Jewish-American globalism, by Dr. Alexander Jacob (pdf)