24 January 2012
Francis Parker Yockey's
The Proclamation of London is Now in Stock
Our memorial hardcover edition of Francis Parker Yockey's The Proclamation of London is now in stock.
Written in London in 1949, The Proclamation of London is the American philosopher's manifesto for his then newly formed group, the European Liberation Front. As such, it represents a distillation of his magisterial 600-page opus, Imperium. The Proclamation appeared initially as a pamphlet, but has never, until now, been available in a durable, library-grade format. The present memorial edition comes with a major introductory essay (51 pages) by Dr. Michael O'Meara, along with Dr. Kerry Bolton the world's foremost Yockeyist. It also comes fully annotated, with an index, section illustrations, and cover artwork by Alex Kurtagic.
We would like to thank those who pre-ordered this title and thereby supported this project. All pre-ordered copies have been dispatched.
If you have not done so already, can order your copy here: