The Six Million: Fact or Fiction

Revised, edited, updated and significantly expanded for 2014 by Peter Winter, this work is without a doubt the single most important Revisionist overview of the legend of the “Six Million” Holocaust yet published.

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A Generous and Merciful Enemy

Some 37,000 soldiers from six German principalities, collectively remembered as Hessians, entered service as British auxiliaries in the American War of Independence. At times, they constituted a third of the British army in North America, and thousands of them were imprisoned by the Americans.

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Hitler’s Alpine Headquarters

Hitler’s Alpine Headquarters takes a close look at the development of the Obersalzberg from a small, long established farming community, into Hitler’s country residence and the Nazis’ southern headquarters.
Introducing new images and additional text, this book explains how and why Hitler chose this area to build a home and his connection to this region. New chapters focus on buildings and individuals of Hitler’s inner circle not covered in earlier books.

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George Washington’s Secret Six

When General George Washington beat a hasty retreat from New York City in August 1776, many thought the American Revolution might soon be over. Instead, Washington rallied—thanks in large part to a little-known, top-secret group called the Culper spy ring. Washington realized that he couldn’t beat the British with military might, so he recruited a sophisticated and deeply secretive intelligence network to infiltrate New York.

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The Barnes Review July/August 2014

Topics covered in the July/August 2014 issue of The Barnes Review include, i.a.: Gen. Washington’s Secret Spy Ring; Was Ben Franklin a Double Agent?; Joseph Warren: Forgotten Founder; The Midnight Ride of Jack Jouett; Crushing Rebellious Americans; Alexander Hamilton: Founding Traitor; Thomas Paine’s Amazing Influence; George Washington’s Religious Side; The Fate of Hessian PoWs; The Rothschilds & The Revolution; Indians in the War for Independence…

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Two New Books on Allied War Crimes during and after World War Two

Nikolai Tolstoy’s, Victims of Yalta: The Secret Betrayal of the Allies—1944-1947 deals with the collaboration between Churchill and Stalin to mass murder Soviet citizens who had fought or worked against Stalin; Richard Overy’s The Bombers and the Bombed looks at both sides of the coin of the Allied aerial warfare during WWII.

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