The Barnes Review, April 1997

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VOLUME III, NUMBER 3


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RMS TITANIC’S UNSUNG HERO

Following the tragedy of the ship’s sinking, a populist U.S. senator, not Britain’s maritime barons, was instrumental in achieving sea law reform.

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    The Barnes Review, April 1997The Barnes Review, April 1997: RMS Titanic’s Unsung Hero

    VOLUME III, NUMBER 3


    This issue is sold out! We are working on getting this issue online as a PDF file for free downloading.

    Table of Contents

    RMS TITANIC’S UNSUNG HERO

    Following the tragedy of the ship’s sinking, a populist U.S. senator, not Britain’s maritime barons, was instrumental in achieving sea law reform.

    RED RAMPAGE 1945

    A woman who survived an unleashed nightmare recalls the awesome Soviet rapine in eastern Germany at the end of World War II.

    MYSTERY OF THE GREAT ZIMBABWE RUINS

    An honest analysis of archeological evidence clearly refutes “Afrocentric” claims of a highly developed black African civilization.

    AUTHOR DISCUSSES GESTAPO CHIEF HEINRICH MÜLLER

    Historical insights are provided by the documents and testimony of a non-Nazi who became one of the Third Reich’s most powerful figures.

    PRINCE EUGENE OF SAVOY: SOLDIER EXTRAORDINAIRE

    French-born Prince Eugene, an unlikely hero, successfully led the armies of Austria to victory over the veteran Turkish Janissaries of the Ottoman Empire.

    8.5″×11″, saddle stitched, 32 pp., b/w illustrations