Letters From Colin Jordan

The file below contains 15 of the letters I received from Colin Jordan over the years. There were several more; I can’t remember how many. I exchanged two or three letters with him circa 1980/1, and his replies were, well, let’s just say we had a difference of opinion.

CJ, as I always called him, was the UK’s and arguably the world’s leading National Socialist theorist from the death of Arnold Leese in January 1956 until his own death in April 2005 at the age of 85. The letters are in strict chronological order; the letter of 25 June 2000 is misdated, it was sent in 2002, presumably June 25. The letter of May 30, 2005 did not end our correspondence; the reader will find further letters at the Internet Archive. My letters to CJ have not been included here; I have not kept copies of most of them. I have been advised though that his entire archive has been preserved, so though it is unlikely it is not impossible that one or two of them may turn up on-line at some future date.

March 5, 2016

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