The Enemy of Europe (Paperback)
Powerful people tried to stop you from reading this book.
Francis Parker Yockey's The Enemy of Europe narrowly escaped total destruction. Published in 1953 in West Germany, The Enemy of Europe argued that Europeans should regard the United States, not the Soviet Union, as their greater enemy in the Cold War. West Germany's liberal democratic regime banned the book and destroyed every copy that came into its hands. Only a few copies of Yockey's German translation survived.
This new edition completes The Enemy of Europe's return from the ashes. It includes the first complete English version of The Enemy of Europe, reverse translated from the German edition by Thomas Francis and F. Roger Devlin. Also included is Yockey's German translation, fully corrected and annotated, with its own index. Yockey biographer Kerry Bolton's extensive Introduction places The Enemy of Europe in its Cold War context.
The Enemy of Europe is an indispensable volume for understanding America's most important anti-liberal thinker.