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Lothrop Stoddard

a.k.a. Theodore Lothrop Stoddard

Author Code: ATLS

Born: Jun. 29, 1883 - Brookline, Massachusetts, USA

Died: May 1, 1950 - Washington D.C., USA

Educated at Harvard College and Boston University, where he studied law, Stoddard was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1908. He returned to Harvard University and received a PhD in history in 1914. He took a job as foreign affairs editor of World's Work magazine and began to publish his theories on race, civilization and white supremacy. In 1920, he published The Rising Tide of Color, which was very succcessful. In 1921, The New World of Islam appeared, in which Stoddard warned of the spread of that religion and the fanaticism of some of its members. During the 1920's and 1930's, Stoddard put forward his racial theories in a number of works which were very influential at the time. At the outbreak of the Second World War, he travelled to Germany as a correspondent for the North American Newspaper Alliance where he met and interviewed Hitler, Himmler and Goebbels. His interview with Goebbels appeared in Time magazine. On his return to the US, he published Into the Darkness, which was said at the time to be a fair and honest appraisal of the Nazi state. Stoddard's admiration for Hitler's racial theories, however, had a negative impact on his work following the war. He became an editorial writer and foreign affairs expert for the Washington Star after the war and died of cancer in 1950. His other works include The Revolt Against Civilization (1922), Racial Realities in Europe (1924), Scientific Humanism (1926), Reforging America (1927) and Clashing Tides of Color (1935).

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ATLS001 Into the Darkness 1940 121 680k eBook Download PDF - 'Into the Darkness' (ATLS001) Find a printed copy of Into the Darkness by Lothrop Stoddard at AbeBooks
ATLS004 Pan-Turanism 1917 8 155k Article Download PDF - 'Pan-Turanism' (ATLS004) Find a printed copy of Pan-Turanism by Lothrop Stoddard at AbeBooks
ATLS002 The Revolt Against Civilization 1922 96 588k eBook Download PDF - 'The Revolt Against Civilization' (ATLS002) Find a printed copy of The Revolt Against Civilization by Lothrop Stoddard at AbeBooks
ATLS003 The Rising Tide of Color 1922 114 674k eBook Download PDF - 'The Rising Tide of Color' (ATLS003) Find a printed copy of The Rising Tide of Color by Lothrop Stoddard at AbeBooks

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