Emperor of Liberty: Thomas Jefferson’s Foreign Policy

This book documents the evolution of Jefferson’s attitudes on foreign policies during his career as a diplomat in France, U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Vice President, and finally during his two terms as President. His idealistic goal was the liberty of the young United States, while his means to achieve this were more pragmatic than idealistic…

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The Barnes Review May/June 2014

Topics covered in the May/June 2014 issue of The Barnes Review include, i.a.: Comet Helps End the Bronze Age?; Ancient Whites from Siberia; The Toledo Border War; The Trial of Jefferson Davis; The Mary Phagan Murder Case; What Really Downed Hitler’s Airship; Post-WWII Allied Purge of Artists; Knut Hamsun: ‘The Soul of Norway’; Was Adolf Hitler a Chicken?; Putin, Russia and Crimea; The Sharpeville Massacre Hoax; German Economic Miracle…

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The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914

On occasion of the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the “Great War” in 1914, The Barnes Review proudly announces the availability a new book taken a fresh look at this first world-wide conflagration which set brother against brother and initiated the demise of Europe as the World’s cultural and political center: The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914, by Christopher Clark…

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The Barnes Review March/April 2014

Topics covered in the March/April 2014 issue of The Barnes Review include, i.a.: Blowing up the Gunpowder Plot; The Murder of Lawrence of Arabia; Dark Age Holocaust of the Jews; Vladimir Lenin: Agent of the Czar?; A History of the Russian Fascists; Enigmatic Master Builders of Malta; Facts & Myths of the Desert Fox; The Siberian Ice Princess; Hitler biography: Chapter 2; …

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Revising British History: The Gun Powder Plot

proudly announces the re-publication of yet another long-forgotten, revisionist book. It deals with the draconian persecution of Catholics in Britain in the early 1600s, which was triggered by, what the author contends, a “false flag” operation of the Crown to squash any Catholic (= papal) influence in England: The Gunpowder Plot: 17th-Century False Flag, by John Gerard.

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Nathan Hale—Martyr and Spy

The Barnes Review proudly announces the re-publication of a long-lost book on a hero of the revolutionary wars: Nathan Hale—Martyr—Spy: An Incident in the American Revolution, by Charles W. Brown

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