The Barnes Review, January-February 2011

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VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 1


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HOLLYWOOD VS. ALEXANDER THE GREAT

By Peter Papaherakles. We hear he wanted to conquer the world. We hear he believed he was a god. We hear a lot of things about Alexander of Macedon. Could it be most of them just are not so? Learn how he has been libeled for many years, culminating in Oliver Stone’s box office smear job…

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    The Barnes Review, January-February 2011The Barnes Review, January-February 2011: Alexander the Great

    VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 1


    Table of Contents


    HOLLYWOOD VS. ALEXANDER THE GREAT

    By Peter Papaherakles. We hear he wanted to conquer the world. We hear he believed he was a god. We hear a lot of things about Alexander of Macedon. Could it be most of them just are not so? Learn how he has been libeled for many years, culminating in Oliver Stone’s box office smear job…

    WERE THE HEBREWS REALLY MONOTHEISTS?

    Dr. Harrell Rhome. Everyone is taught that the Hebrews were the first monotheists, having inherited the faith from Adam by way of Abraham and Moses. Actually the Hebrews got most of their religious ideas from the Egyptians…

    THE GLOBAL ATTACK ON CHRISTIANITY

    By John Tiffany. Christians around the globe, but especially in the Middle East, have had a hard time of it in recent decades. Their dwindling presence can largely be attributed to Jewish intolerance in Israel and to the rise of Islamic fundamentalism, which has been in part orchestrated by the Zionists for insidious reasons…

    WAS LINCOLN A ‘PINKO’?

    By Deanna Spingola. Incredible as it seems, our “second greatest president,” as some style him, was a penpal of various European Marxists and had some very dubious types in the White House, where they were among his closest advisers. Was Lincoln himself a real, live Marxist?…

    THE BATTLE OF BIG BETHEL

    By Col. Daniel Hill. Southerners were the clear winners in the first great fight of the War for Southern Independence. No, we do not mean Bull Run, which came later. It was the little remembered Battle of Big Bethel. Here is an account written by one of the commanding officers…

    ZIONISM’S ATTACK ON GERMANY IN 1933

    By Joaquin Bochaca. Before Germany made any hostile moves, international Jewry took it upon itself to declare “war” against the National Socialists. But Germany paid little attention…

    TYLER KENT: HERO OR TRAITOR?

    By Prof. Ray Goodwin. Back in a time when the word “whistleblower” had not even been coined, U.S. diplomat Tyler Kent found out that the U.S. president was conspiring with Winston Churchill (at the time not yet a national leader of England) to plunge the world into war. Kent tried to get word of the plot out, but found himself jailed…

    WHO REALLY SANK THE ATHENIA?

    By Tyler Kent. Immediately after the outbreak of World War II, the British liner Athenia was allegedly sunk by a German Uboat. But diplomat Tyler Kent tells us it was more likely torpedoed by a Polish submarine. Was this an early “false flag” operation designed to ensure the British public was sufficiently supportive of war? Find out…

    WAR CAMPAIGNS: HITLER DEFENDS EUROPE

    By Carolyn Yeager & Wilhelm Mann – part 3. Josef Stalin had a plan to overrun Europe with his “Mongol hordes.” FDR and Churchill wanted to see Europe destroyed, but one man stood in the way: Adolf Hitler. By striking first, he was able to knock Stalin and his evil scheme off kilter…

    A NEW LOOK AT THE STUKA BOMBERS

    By Frank Joseph. The Stuka dive bombers were a fabulous “secret weapon” of the Third Reich. But it took a remarkable pilot to be able to fly it as it was meant…

    CHURCHILL’S WORST WAR CRIMES

    By Col. Robin Olds and Michael Walsh. Churchill not only had blood on his hands for starting the war in the first place, but he also was guilty of genocide against the women and children of Germany. One of the worst holocausts ever was committed by him against the city of Hamburg, July 24, 1943.

    THE ‘GREAT GAME’ IN THE CAUCASUS

    By Daniel W. Michaels. The “Great Game,” generally involving England and Russia, has been going on for many a decade as the superpowers vie for control of Central Asia and its massive oil reserves. Now America is in the game…

    Features: Personal from the Editor · Editorial: Just Imagine · Alexander’s mysterious death · The Greek siege of Tyre · History You May Have Missed · Mussolini’s peace plan rejected · Tyler Kent’s “Dementia Speech” · Leningrad, Moscow or Kiev? · M-Day: Stalin’s mobilization · Letters to the Editor · Book Review: With Hitler to the End

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