The Barnes Review, August 1997

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VOLUME III, NUMBER 8


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CAUCASIANS IN NORTH AMERICA AND ASIA

Few have dreamed what may become the Correctness Establishment’s deepest nightmare. Strong evidence concludes that there was an ancient white race presence in parts of North America and East Asia.

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    The Barnes Review, August 1997The Barnes Review, August 1997: Caucasians in North America and Asia

    VOLUME III, NUMBER 8


    Table of Contents

    CAUCASIANS IN NORTH AMERICA AND ASIA

    Few have dreamed what may become the Correctness Establishment’s deepest nightmare. Strong evidence concludes that there was an ancient white race presence in parts of North America and East Asia.

    FIGHTING TO HOLD THE PHILIPPINES

    The tragic lack of military preparedness and resistance to Japan’s post-Pearl Harbor invasion included our pathetic air capacities. What was worse, the U.S. had the materiel and ability to make things a lot hotter for the invaders.

    THE FOURTH ESTATE—IGNORANCE (OR WORSE) AT THE TOP

    British, then American papers took up as major news stories, old hat “revelations” regarding World War II. Are these “educated journalists” that uninformed?

    JOHN RANDOLPH AND THE YAZOO SCANDAL

    A lesser known giant of our republic’s early years fought a mammoth land scam that impacted strongly on Thomas Jefferson.

    POLISH COMMUNIQUÉS FROM WASHINGTON

    Prior to the outbreak of World War II, Poland’s ambassador to Washington sent home some very incisive, and very surprising, messages.

    CHAMBERLAIN: MUNICH VILLAIN?

    A veteran European correspondent offers interesting insights into the pre-dawn of WWII events.

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