Written in 1949, this was Yockey’s manifesto for his then newly formed group, the European Liberation Front. As such, it distills the ideas developed in his neo-Spenglerian magnum opus, the 600-page Imperium. The Proclamation was initially circulated in pamphlet form, and as have the few, fugacious re-prints that appeared in the decades following. With our memorial edition this will be the first time that this important text, unique in the English language, appears in a durable, library-grade format, for the benefit of Yockeyist, collectors, and researchers alike. It comes with a major introductory essay by Michael O’Meara, along with Kerry Bolton the world’s leading Yockeyist. It also comes with illustrated sections, dozens of footnotes, a detailed index, and cover artwork by Alex Kurtagic.