The Barnes Review November/December 2014

The November/December issue of our bi-monthly magazine The Barnes Review, “America’s First Christmas” is about to go into the mail. You can look at its Cover and Table of Contents online. We have also posted its lead article “The Real Story of WWII’s ‘Monuments Men’” by Marc Roland. If you haven’t subscribed to The Barnes …

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Karl Marx on ‘The Jewish Question’

The Barnes Review proudly announces the availability of a new book by Karl Marx—discussing the Jewish Question: By Karl Marx. $10.00 Karl Marx’s on ‘The Jewish Question’ is a work by Marx, written in 1843, and first published in Paris in 1844 under the German title Zur Judenfrage in the Deutsch–Französische Jahrbücher. It was one …

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Judaism in Music: Wagner for the 21st Century

The Barnes Review proudly announces the availability of a new book on Richard Wagner and his famous work on Jewish influence in music: By Richard Wagner et. al.:. $15.00 Musical genius, political activist, brilliant writer—that was the 19-century German composer Richard Wagner. Wagner wrote with the same intensity that characterized his powerful music. The two …

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Indians and Emigrants: Encounters on the Overland Trails

The Barnes Review proudly announces the availability of a new book on the relationship between Europeans and Indians in colonial days: Indians and Emigrants: Encounters on the Overland Trails By Michael L. Tate. $22.00 In the first book to focus on relations between Indians and emigrants on the overland trails, Michael L. Tate shows that …

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The Hungarian Terror: Béla Kun Strangles a Nation

The Barnes Review proudly announces the availability of a new book which reveals the shocking truth about the Jewish Communist seizure of Hungary at the end of WWI: The Hungarian Terror: Béla Kun Strangles a Nation By Dr. Ed. Fields. $7.00 Here is a short but powerful history of the brutal but little-known rule of …

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To Be German Means to Be Concise: A Speech by Adolf Hitler Regarding Art & Culture at the German Culture Day Conference, Sept. 4 1934

The Barnes Review proudly announces the availability of a new book which lets Adolf Hitler speak on what constitutes real art—and what constitutes degenerate art: Adolf Hitler: To Be German Means to Be Concise: A Speech by Adolf Hitler Regarding Art & Culture at the German Culture Day Conference, Sept. 4 1934 By Adolf Hitler, …

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