Thule-Seminar

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Spartan soldier with Thule-Seminars logo on his shield.

Thule-Seminar is a cultural study group founded in Germany 1980. They describe themselves as a "research group for Indo-European culture" and have a pronounced metapolitical purpose. The Thule-Seminar has been called the “great nephew” of the much earlier Thule Society.[1]

History

Thule-Seminar was created as a German counterpart of GRECE but has since distanced themselves from each other. Thule-Seminar is however closely associated with Synergies Européennes, Terre et Peuple and Synergon. Thule-Seminar publishes the newsletter Thule-Briefe and the magazine Elemente. Previously they also published the magazine METAPO, which was cancelled after four issues.

Leadership

The founder and chairman of the group is Pierre Krebs.

External links

References

  1. The Nature of Fascism, by Roger Griffin, page 169