The Enduring Riddle of  The Split Rock

The Enduring Riddle of  The Split Rock

By Marc Roland Riding atop their stalwart camels, a French chemist and two native guides plodded through the Saudi Arabian Desert, about 248 miles north from the holy city of Medina. A Société de géographie de Paris gold medal recipient for previous expeditions as far afield as Tibet, Auguste Hugues Charles Huber was funded this…

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Anaclet Chalifoux and His Montreal Brownshirts

Anaclet Chalifoux and His Montreal Brownshirts

By Rémi Tremblay If you’re interested in the history of Fascism in Canada, it is likely that you have heard of Adrien Arcand and his Blueshirts. His party, the Unity Party of Canada, attracted thousands of Fascists from across Canada, and has been studied extensively by Canadian historians with renewed interest in the last few…

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Germans Drop Case Against Free Speech Activist

Germans Drop Case Against Free Speech Activist

In the May/June 2020 issue of TBR, we published an article by Peter Rushton on the arrest and intended prosecution of Lady Michele Renouf, long known as a champion of free speech and of historians and others who have been punished and/or imprisoned for talking honestly about World War II. In 2018, Renouf became one…

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Irish Priest’s Anti-Communist Book Exposed Bolshevism

Irish Priest’s Anti-Communist Book Exposed Bolshevism

By Antonius J. Patrick What follows is a synopsis of the highlights of The Rulers of Russia and the Russian Farmers, first printed in 1938 and written and published by Rev. Denis Fahey, C.S.Sp., a fierce critic of atheistic Bolshevism. This review is based upon the third revised edition of the book published by Loreto…

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Holocaust by Bullets: Myth of the “Genocide in the East”

Holocaust by Bullets: Myth of the “Genocide in the East”

By John Wear The “Holocaust by bullets” is an increasingly popular theme among defenders of the “Holocaust” story. The allegation is that the Einsatzgruppen, with support of the German army, attempted to murder every Jew in the Soviet Union. This article discusses the facts and myths of this allegation. Jewish Princeton University historian Arno Mayer…

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Admiral Yamamoto’s Unfulfilled Dream

Admiral Yamamoto’s Unfulfilled Dream

By Dr. Edward DeVries The second world war was a time of exponential growth in the technology of warfare. Rifles, pistols, rockets, tanks, jeeps, airplanes, ships and submarines were developed and redeveloped so as to make them capable of killing faster, more cheaply and in greater numbers than ever before. The Axis powers of Germany…

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Why Hitler Invaded Greece, Yugoslavia & North Africa

Why Hitler Invaded Greece, Yugoslavia & North Africa

By John Wear The question is often asked: If Hitler wanted peace, why did he invade so many countries? The author’s book Germany’s War analyzes why Germany invaded or took control of Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, the Soviet Union and other European coun­- tries. This article will explain why Germany invaded Greece, Crete and Yugoslavia, as…

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Otto Skorzeny: Commando Extraordinaire

Otto Skorzeny: Commando Extraordinaire

By John Wear, J.D. TBR has mentioned many times over the years this daring soldier and gentleman, Otto Skorzeny, but we decided that it was time to dedicate a full-length article to one of the great special operations geniuses in the history of modern warfare. Otto Skorzeny was one of the most colorful men of…

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The Naked Communist

The Naked Communist

By Mark Roland Too many dismissed the warnings Christian author W. Cleon Skousen offered in his 1958 book. Now his predictions have become reality before our very eyes.  The Marxist monstrosity that W. Cleon Skousen laid bare 63 years ago in his book The Naked Communist is more dangerous today than it was when he…

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