The Barnes Review, January 1997

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The Barnes Review, January 1997: The Balfour Declaration

VOLUME III, NUMBER 1


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THE BALFOUR DECLARATION

A World War I British “understanding” in favor of a Jewish state opened the road to perpetual turmoil in the Mideast.

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    The Barnes Review, January 1997The Barnes Review, January 1997: The Balfour Declaration

    VOLUME III, NUMBER 1


    This issue is sold out!

    We are working on getting this issue online as a PDF file for downloading.

    Table of Contents

    THE BALFOUR DECLARATION

    A World War I British “understanding” in favor of a Jewish state opened the road to perpetual turmoil in the Mideast.

    AMERICA’S MIDDLE EAST POLICY

    The author illustrates how Americans have been forced over a half-century to support a dishonorable Middle East policy that has brought us nothing but tremendous strains on our treasury, loss of our young fighting men’s lives and the enmity of the Moslem world.

    AMERICAN POWS IN ENGLISH PRISONS—1812

    Today, few Americans or Englishmen have any perception of the brutal treatment American POWs received at England’s Dartmoor Prison during our “Second War of Independence.”

    A CONTROVERSIAL HISTORICAL MOVIE

    The recently released Michael Collins is a grand historical epic of Ireland’s World War I-era fight for liberty. But its depth of passion and some minor inaccuracies have caused a furor in the United Kingdom.

    EXAMINING A NEW GOEBBELS BIOGRAPHY

    TBR’s reviewer raises disturbing questions regarding author-historian David Irving’s assessment of Josef Goebbels’ voluminous writings, long held in the Kremlin’s secret files, which he has published in a new book.

    HITLER, DEMOCRAT: CHAPTER X—HITLER’S ‘NO’

    Hitler’s response to the German government’s call for passive resistance to France’s invasion of the Ruhr was a surprising attack on the German leadership itself, a risky ploy which paid off.

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