Why the Holocaust Story Was Invented

Why the Holocaust Story Was Invented

TBR writer John Wear has been asked the questions: “Why was the Holocaust story invented? Who benefits from this falsification of history?” This article will answer these questions. By John Wear The first reason the Holocaust was invented was for justification for the war with Germany. World War II was by far the bloodiest and most destructive war in human history. Many people wondered…

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Why Did Christianity Survive?

Why Did Christianity Survive?

Sidebar Creating a New Word for Revisionists English is a living language, and occasionally I have felt the urge to create a new word which defines contemporary times and events. Such a behavior fits quite well within Harry Elmer Barnes’ notion that revisionism is an activity “to correct the historical record.” One way to correct is to redefine terminology truthfully.…

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The Martyrdom of Imperial Russia

The Martyrdom of Imperial Russia

It is now 100 years since the Romanov family, their household staff and even their pet dogs were executed, and the world changed forever, with scores of millions more to be slaughtered by the Bolsheviks. But in their dying, the imperial family became martyred saints. They died for one reason only: they were Christians. Here…

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Tunnel Rats of Vietnam

Tunnel Rats of Vietnam

Vietnam’s Little-Known Underground War and the Men and Women Who Fought It. By Harald Hesstvedt Scharnhorst. Vietnam is a land of incredible beauty: lush tropical jungles, winding, broad rivers and rice pad-dies. Small villages dot this land, worked by peasants, who have lived there for centuries. Eighty-five percent rural, the few large cities and towns…

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The Genocide of the Boers

The Genocide of the Boers

By Stephen Mitford Goodson. The Second Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) remains unique in the annals of modern history. For the first time in the modern era, war was deliberately waged by a supposedly civilized nation on innocent women and children.

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Viking Explorers in Ancient America

Viking Explorers in Ancient America

Author Says Norsemen Made It All The Way to the West Coast. Regular readers of TBR are well aware that the Vikings surely sailed in Hudson Bay and explored eastern North America, penetrating as far as what we now call Minnesota and the Dakotas and as far south as New England. (See the May/June 2012 and May/June 2015 TBR editions.) But wait—did they also navigate along the West Coast of North America?

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Kosher Criminals: A Short History of the Jewish Mafia

Kosher Criminals: A Short History of the Jewish Mafia

By Ronald L. Ray. We all “know” about the mafia. We “know” it is primarily Sicilian. We “know” it has lost a lot of its influence on the world around us. We may even “know” that there are “Russian” or “Chechen” or “Asian” or “Colombian” organized crime syndicates. But is what we “know” really true?…

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The Beginning of the English Reformation

The Beginning of the English Reformation

Matthew Raphael Johnson Johnstown, PA I. The Reformation, whether in England or Germany, is a well traveled topic. The impact of both movements have been immense and global in scope. This paper will deal with the beginning (and causes) of the reformation in England, including the infamous declaration of “independence” by Henry VIII, the most…

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