Dr. Goebbels’ The Thirty Articles of War for the German People (Die Dreißig Kriegsartikel für das deutsche Volk) lay down timeless practical commandments for anybody who is involved in an extraordinary struggle for the greater good. And just as one need not be a general to benefit from Clausewitz or Sun Tzu, it is unnecessary that one be involved in the overt „shooting“ phase of a war to be needful of Dr. Goebbels’ wise words. Their greatest import is for strengthening the internal power of resistance, maintaining the right mindset, and making difficult moral decisions whereby one’s personal convenience or even safety might conflict with the good of race and nation.
Times being as they now are, the following is the second most important text to be read after Mein Kampf itself. All good men and women must make these not only their articles of war, but their articles of faith.