The fourth great race war – Bulgars, Avars, Magyars and Khazars
The lands making up western and southern Russia, Asia Minor (Turkey) and the southeastern Balkans were to be the scene of some of the most dramatic racial conflicts between various tribes of Europeans on the one hand, and various Asiatic, Mongol, and mixed race Muslim armies on the other.
These wars started around 550 AD, a century after the crushing of the Mongolian Hunnish invasion of Europe. They only finally stopped with the defeat of new Asian invaders some 400 years later, with the defeat of an Asiatic alliance known as the Magyars, in Bavaria in 954 AD.
This massive struggle against Asian and Mongolian hordes can rightly be grouped into one heading, even though different players acted in the drama.
If these combined Asian invaders had not been turned back, then it would most certainly have given the non-White Moorish invasion in Spain, which took place in the same time span, a far better chance of success. The White race might have been exterminated between the Asians and the Moors—but it was not.
All of these race wars, recounted by Kemp, when whites faced extermination are a fascinating read. In this entry I’ll not quote more of the chapter to invite readers to purchase a hard copy of March of the Titans, which is an updated 2011 edition of the old online edition I’ve been quoting here, and keep it at the home’s library, where the book belongs. The fact is that unlike other races whites as a people have been an endangered species more than once, and this has paramount importance to understand our times. Personally, I find it outrageous that so few “white nationalists” are truly interested in the history of their race; proof of it is that books like this are no bestsellers in the community.