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Prussian Socialism and Other Essays

Oswald Spengler

In the foreword to this series of essays and lectures written mainly during the interwar era, Spengler describes that period as “the years when, after the low point of disgrace, misfortune and dishonourable behaviour, national contemplation began and developed into a movement that has finally become very powerful, not only internally but also abroad.”

Collected in this volume are the essays “Prussianism and Socialism” and “Building of the New German Reich,” as well as other important works by Spengler associated with the so-called Conservative Revolution, including “Political Duties of the German Youth” and “The German National Character.”

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