Radio Stormer Narrations: The Hidden History of Britain Part 3

Daily Stormer
July 1, 2015

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The last sleep of Arthur.

Constantine the Great and Saint George

Constantine was the King of Britain before he went on to become the Roman Emperor.

His Christian upbringing in Britain led him to legalise the faith throughout the empire.

It was he who first suggested using St George as an example for the manhood of Britain to emulate.

Selected from the works of Isabel Hill Elder.


The Anglo-Saxon Invasion

The Anglo-Saxon invasion had the effect of pushing the original British people to the west of the country and also to Brittany in Gaul.

Augustine the emissary of Rome would give the Saxons his blessing, seeing the British church as a rival rather than an ally, as unlike the Saxons they refused to accept his authority.

After the horrendous Saxon massacre of the Druidic/Christian monastery at Bangor, there would be no real peace between the two peoples for another 200 years.

Selected from the works of Isabel Hill Elder.


From Constantine to King Arthur, the Wars between the Saxons and the Cymru

Constantine was not the only British king to head an empire, his descendant King Arthur had a huge empire as well.

The Anglo-Saxon chronicle conveniently has a thirty year gap during this period, but the records can be found elsewhere.

History shows the Saxons to have behaved very dishonourably toward their British brothers, but once they had become Christian they would both fight side by side on the continent and unite to fight against the Pagan Viking hordes and the Normans.

Selected from the works of RW Morgan.


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