The Barnes Review proudly announces the publication of a new book on the War Between the States, the riveting memoirs of the Confederation’s most successful guerrilla fighter: The Memoirs of Col. John S. Mosby, the legendary Confederate cavalry leader who bedeviled the Union army for four years…
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The Barnes Review has added three most interesting historical DVDs to its collection: On the life and legacy of U.S. Army General George S. Patton, on the grand constructions created in Germany during the Third Reich era, and the propaganda documentary created by the German army’s high command after their “Victory In The West” in 1940…
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The Gray Ghost of the Confederacy; Mosby Remembers Robert E. Lee; The Angel of Marye’s Heights; The Fate of Civilians at Antietam; Relatives Insist They Hid Assassin; Longfellow’s Christmas Poem; A Rebel General’s Masonic Legacy; Jefferson Davis’s Last Hurrah; The Unsung Dogs of War; Lost City in the Grand Canyon?; these and more topics are covered in this month’s Barnes Review.
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The Real Don Quixote: Was it Cervantes or Bacon?; Lincoln: The Great Emancipator?; To Hell or Barbados: Irish Slaves; The Adventures of the Komet: A German WWII Merchant Ship; The CIA Betrayal of Tibet; The Strange Case of Postwar Austria; Julius Evola Rediscovered; Ancient America’s Mystery Miners; Inside Japan’s Unit 731: Warcrimes on US Soldiers; Czech & Polish Concentration Camps; Languages of Northern Europe; these and many more diverse topics are covered in this month’s Barnes Review.
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America’s “Almost” 14th State; A Real History of American Terror; Killing Lincoln: One Mad Act or Coup d’Etat?; Canaris—Before He Was a Traitor; Holocaust Eyewitnesses Reliable?; Hess-Murder: The Book They Tried to Kill; Priest Speaks Out About Syria; A Revisionist History of Catalonia; Keltic Fingerprint On Old America; these and many more diverse topics are covered in this month’s Barnes Review.
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Iran is currently the focus of world attention. But where did all the trouble start? In 1953, the CIA overthrew Iran’s democratically elected government and replaced it with the Shah regime. 26 years later, in 1979, this U.S. puppet regime was swept away in an Islamic revolution. Here is a book describing how things went sour in 1953 between Iran and the U.S. Don’t blame Iran, though…
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