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Ireland And The World’s Longest War

A JOURNAL OF NATIONALIST THOUGHT & HISTORY

TBR European American Heritage Project: Of Irish Blood

Ireland And The World’s Longest War

By Arthur Kemp

It has been said that the Irish saved western civilization, and it is true that they are largely responsible for keeping the flame of the Greeks and Romans going during the dark ages, and thus preserving our civilization. But Ireland’s greatest export in recent times has been people. In New Zealand and South Africa, North and South America and throughout Europe the Irish presence has been felt, influencing the racial make-up of at least five continents. This article by Rhodesian Arthur Kemp, taken from his epic tome March of the Titans: A History of the White Race, deals with Ireland’s long struggle with England for independence and self-determination. Some say it is history’s longest war.


Ireland is of importance for remaining the site of one of the longest running wars in history, with the white Irish fighting with the white Britishers on and off for over 500 years.This, combined with itsmassive emigration history, makes Ireland more than worthy of study.

The island of Ireland was, like Britain, initially inhabited by tribes of Old Europeans and proto-Nordics. These people were either overwhelmed or assimilated by the first Indo-European invaders to reach the island in the first millennium B.C. The Kelts settled the island in large enough numbers to feature in the writings of the Classical Greeks (the first reference to Ireland is made under the name “Irene” in a Greek poem dating to 450 B.C. and by the names of Hibernia and Juverna by various classical writers). [Read the entire article as PDF…]


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