TBR Anthology—2008–2010

$15.00

TBR is now offering a brand new anthology composed of about four dozen articles from recent years. Thanks to the efforts of the editorial staff, the breadth of the material covered is astounding.

Entitled: The Barnes Review in Review: 2008–2010, this 160-page compilation contains some of TBR’s most powerful articles on many periods in history and will make a perfect addition to your library or a gift for someone you know.

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TBR AnthologyTBR Anthology—2008–2010

TBR is now offering a brand new anthology composed of about four dozen articles from recent years. Thanks to the efforts of the editorial staff, the breadth of the material covered is astounding.

Entitled: The Barnes Review in Review: 2008–2010, this 160-page compilation contains some of TBR’s most powerful articles on many periods in history and will make a perfect addition to your library or a gift for someone you know.

This amazing anthology includes articles on:

* The Nazi space program

* Why the Brits hated Joan of Arc

* Did Hitler have an A-bomb?

* New facts about ante-bellum slavery

* The Bush Ghost of Africa—Paul von Leetow Vorbeck

* 28 problems with the holocaust

* Willis Carto & the far right

* The real legacy of Martin Luther

* Woodrow Wilson & the theft of Palestine

* The strange death of George Patton

* The true story of WWII’s dambusters

* Arminius versus the Romans

* Real Civil War death camp

* Black blizzards of the dustbowl

* The sinking of the Royal Oak

* A Prussian in the Rebel cavalry

* America’s great Indian race wars

* The traitors behind Germany’s defeat

* Abraham Lincoln’s police state

* When Egypt discovered America

* Forgotten riders of the Revolution

* Templars in North America in the 1300s

* The Stuttgart atrocity

* Who’s in WWII’s mass graves?

* Death of JFK’s mystery mistress

* Neanderthal DNA: The true story

* Antony & Cleopatra

* The treasure of the Goths

* Poland’s censored holocaust

* The Nebra Sky Disk

* New revelations about Rudolf Hess

* Real-life Zorro an Irishman

* Eyewitness to Nagasaki holocaust

* Why “they” hate this Auschwitz book

Even more!

Cases of this item are available for distributors. Serious inquiries please call 202-547-5586 if you would like to help TBR distribute large quantities.

Quality color cover, perfect bound, 160 pages, four dozen different articles

Qty Discounts Call for ordering.1: $15.00 2–9: $13.00 10–19: $12.00 20+: $10.00