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  1. Hace 4 días · Estos incluyen libros del nacionalis­ta y militarist­a alemán radical Ernst Jünger; el soldado y escritor inglés Peter Kemp, que luchó como voluntario en el Ejército de Franco durante la Guerra Civil Española; y dos aristócrat­as rusos contrarrev­olucionari­os, el barón Pyotr Wrangel y el príncipe Serge Obolensky.

  2. Hace 5 días · Una investigación del periódico británico The Guardian reveló que un exacadémico de la Universidad de California, Irvine (UCI), llamado Jonathan Keeperman, es el hombre detrás de la editorial de extrema derecha Passage Press y de la influyente cuenta de X llamada “Lomez”.

  3. Hace 2 días · Serge Obolensky designed the La Boite nightclub in the hotel's basement; in the late 1950s, the nightclub frequently hosted Russian royals during Russian New Year celebrations. Post-Astor period. Vincent Astor died in February 1959.

  4. Hace 5 días · He went on to say that Passage Press will surpass $1 million in sales this year. “I founded Passage Press on the thesis that Americans desire new and innovative ideas and don’t want to be stuck in the same cul-de-sac of stale thinking and empty pieties represented by has-been, failing publications like the Guardian," Lomez continued.

  5. Hace 4 días · Guardian investigation identifies Jonathan Keeperman, a former lecturer at the University of California, Irvine, as ‘Lomez’

  6. Hace 5 días · To me, it was always called Rhinebeck. As to its origin, my great-uncle Vincent Astor, Alice’s brother, deeded over the property as a wedding present to Alice and my grandfather, Serge Obolensky. The estate was part of Ferncliff, the 2,800-acre Astor property.

  7. Hace 5 días · These include books by radical German nationalist and militarist Ernst Jünger; Peter Kemp, who fought as a volunteer in Franco’s army during the Spanish civil war; and two counter-revolutionary Russian aristocrats, White Russian general Pyotr Wrangel and Prince Serge Obolensky.