Tunnel Rats of Vietnam

Tunnel Rats of Vietnam

Vietnam’s Little-Known Underground War and the Men and Women Who Fought It. By Harald Hesstvedt Scharnhorst. Vietnam is a land of incredible beauty: lush tropical jungles, winding, broad rivers and rice pad-dies. Small villages dot this land, worked by peasants, who have lived there for centuries. Eighty-five percent rural, the few large cities and towns…

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Stolen Elections

Stolen Elections

By Clint Lacy and Victor Thorn. America has a long and fascinating history of electoral surprises & subterfuge… The 2016 presidential primaries were eye-opening. Donald Trump was victorious over a plethora of Republican candidates including Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who was the clear establishment favorite…

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TBR in Philadelphia

TBR in Philadelphia

The Barnes Review was represented at the meeting of the Traditionalist Workers Party in Philadelphia, PA on April 30 2016. Matthew Raphael Johnson, TBR’s Senior Researcher in Russian and European History was the featured speaker again, following several other talented party activists, including Matthew Heimbach himself. He had also been the featured speaker at the…

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Matthew Raphael Johnson Back with TBR

Matthew Raphael Johnson Back with TBR

Matthew Raphael Johnson has returned to The Barnes Review as its Senior Researcher. He was the editor of TBR from 2000 to 2005 when he left to take a job as professor of history at Mount Saint Mary’s University. He always remained close to The Barnes Review and regularly published there even while working elsewhere. “Its…

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The Forgotten Christians

The Forgotten Christians

Sometimes Christians forget just how widespread the Prince of Peace’s following was before Islam. By Ronald L. Ray. Most people—in fact, most Christians—tend to think of Europe and the regions the nations of that continent conquered, when they think of the history of Christianity. Many may even be aware of “Eastern Christianity” but typically associate…

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What Really Caused the Chicago Fire?

What Really Caused the Chicago Fire?

By Marc Roland. When I was a boy in the 1950s, my great-grandmother told me how she survived American history’s epic conflagration: the Great Chicago Fire. Despite Frances’s 90-plus years, she was still physically and mentally vigorous, with a photographic memory going back to her Civil War-era upbringing. The old lady lucidly recalled that fateful…

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George Viereck: American Martyr

George Viereck: American Martyr

THE CAREER OF ONE OF AMERICA’S GREAT LITERARY GENIUSES came to an abrupt end, for all intents and purposes, when he earned the ire of President Franklin D. Roosevelt by speaking out against the involvement of America in the genocidal conflict known as World War II. For daring to stand up to the warmongers, he…

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