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Essentially Darré is making the case for a return to the Germanic institution of the hereditarily landed peasant farmer where agricultural estate, family and dynasty are an inseparable concept. Darré sees the traditional German peasant farmer/family (or Haus) as a social class that constitutes a wellspring for the replenishment and rejuvenation of German blood (IE the good genetically healthy stock of the race); and emphasises the need to return to an economic structure that preserves this institution, creating a new Nobility of blood (IE family and racial health) and soil (the land to which they are attached).
This is shown to be an authentically Germanic way of living which was supplanted by foreign concepts: Roman totalitarian administration and Christian egalitarianism. By contrast, Darré argues that the traditional Germanic peasant farmer had greater democratic autonomy and freedom, though this was balanced by responsibility and duty. He assumes what was common sense and self-evident to most people of his time: that human beings are (contrary to modern politically correct doctrine) fundamentally unequal (which becomes obviously true the moment you try to find a single metric by which to measure them equal).
Seen in this light, it is not the scary evil concept that modern anti-fascist Boomer-Truth-Regime propaganda would have you believe. Rather, it is a perfectly sensible and intelligent argument to return to a more natural, healthy, and authentic way of life, and why this would be to the benefit of the nation - which is probably why the book was so influential in its time.
Richard Walther Darré (1895-1953) was an important German National Socialist theorist who later became Reich Minister of Food and Agriculture during the 1930s. He is famous for his promotion of the notion of "blood and soil", an inherent connection between a people and the land in which they dwell. (This was covered well in Anna Bramwell's book of the same title.) His main works were "The Peasantry as Life-Source of the Nordic Race" (1928) and "A New Nobility of Blood and Soil" (1930). The former has never been translated but now, thanks to Antelope Hill, the latter has been. Whether one agrees with his worldview or not, it is clear from this text that it was not based on vulgar race hatred, as second-rate commentators might have you believe, but a profound understanding of history, language and culture, and their connection to heredity and environment. Antelope Hill has done a great service to all students of history by making this important historical text available to the English-speaking world.
The book is perfectly made, feels sturdy, came in perfect condition, the paper is thick and the print clear and good. Remarkable quality in comparison many other books here, big plus for Antelope hill publishing!
The content as well is amazing, but I will update this review when I have finished the book.
Every (English) account of Darré, and his philosophy of blood and soil, has been second hand up until now. An important book for anyone interested in history, environmentalism, and Germanic paganism. Highly recommended.
Titles such as this and even more well-known books rarely get the kind of treatment the publisher have given this book.
While I have only just received my copy today, I have to say that after thumbing through the book the quality of the typesetting is remarkable for a book of this nature. All too often books of this sort which are "out of print" are made available only as cheap scanned copies of some edition printed decades ago.
If you're at all interested in the intellectual history of this period I highly recommend this book. I'm excited to see what other titles are on offer by the publisher, Antelope Hill Publishing, and hope they keep up this level of effort!
After just finishing this wonderful book. I am grateful to the publishers for making it available in English for the first time. Even though it was written in 1930 and may seem dated to some never has a problem had more honest solutions come together so clearly in one book. Truly a book that should be taken seriously in todays times as a remedy for many of the social i'lls that are taking place today. Even if some of the ideas might not fit correctly for every western society or country perfectly the over all idea do work. I highly recommend this book to any one of the landed farming, peasant, nobility of the western world that cares to maintain they're rightful leading place in it without which civilization can and is falling into ruin.