TBR History Hour – Carolyn Yeager On Revisionism

TBR History Hour – Carolyn Yeager On Revisionism

On this edition of TBR History Hour, we’re joined by Carolyn Yeager, one of America’s most dedicated and passionate Revisionists. Carolyn is a writer, author, podcast host and investigator who has committed herself to researching various aspects of WWII and German history since 2005. Her website CarolynYeager.net contains numerous original articles, podcasts and other documentation…

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TBR History Hour – Henry Herksovitz

TBR History Hour – Henry Herksovitz

On this edition of TBR History Hour, we’re joined by Henry Herskovitz, an anti-Israel activist and supporter of historical revisionism. Henry and I discuss some recent developments in his legal struggles to protect his First Amendment rights, our Q&A article published in the July/August 2022 edition of The Barnes Review, historical revisionism, an article published…

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TBR History Hour – Paul Angel on Ancient Mysteries

TBR History Hour – Paul Angel on Ancient Mysteries

On this edition of TBR History Hour, we’re joined by Paul Angel, the Executive Editor of The Barnes Review history magazine. Paul and I briefly discuss the July/August 2022 edition of the magazine before delving into the soon to be published September/October 2022 edition, which is focused on the theme of Ancient Mysteries. We highlight…

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TBR History Hour – Harry Cooper

TBR History Hour – Harry Cooper

On this edition of TBR History Hour, we’re joined by Harry Cooper, who sits on the Board of Contributing Editors of The Barnes Review. Harry also maintains Sharkhunters International, an organization dedicated to telling “the honest, true and accurate history” of the German U-Boats and the men who served on them. Harry and I discuss…

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TBR History Hour – Karl Haemers

TBR History Hour – Karl Haemers

On this edition of TBR History Hour, we’re joined by Karl Haemers, a regular contributor to The Barnes Review. Karl has also written for The Occidental Observer and maintains his own Substack page. Karl and I begin by discussing his experience in the alternative media, his introduction to revisionism, and the significance of revisionism. We…

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TBR History Hour – Rémi Tremblay on Robert DePugh

TBR History Hour – Rémi Tremblay on Robert DePugh

On this edition of TBR History Hour, we’re joined once again by independent journalist, editor, author, and regular TBR contributor Rémi Tremblay. Rémi is the editor of a French-Canadian magazine called Le Harfang and has contributed as a freelance journalist to a variety of European and North American media outlets. We begin by discussing Rémi’s article…

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TBR History Hour – Alfred and Monika Schaefer

TBR History Hour – Alfred and Monika Schaefer

On this edition of TBR History Hour, we’re joined by Alfred and Monika Schaefer, siblings who have both faced persecution in Germany for their entirely legitimate and rational historical perspectives. Alfred was recently released from prison after serving four years for “crimes” related to his publicly expressed views of WWII and forbidden hand gestures. Alfred,…

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