The Barnes Review, January-February 2014: In Defense of Adolf Hitler
VOLUME XX, NUMBER 1
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By Philip Rife. Did you know that Germany had its own WWII “Dunkirk,” and that the loss of life brought about by the sinking of defenseless German passenger liners trying to rescue millions of refugees was 15 times the number lost on the Titanic?
HITLER’S RESPONSE TO ‘JUDEA’S WAR’
Translated by Theresa Wettstein. Here’s a new English translation of Adolf Hitler’s response to the global economic boycott of Germany ordered by “international Jewry.” An important piece of history, it lays out the Fuehrer’s plan to counter attempts to destroy the Reich.
AIR TERRORISM IN WORLD WAR II
By Joaquin Bochaca. The purposeful targeting of civilians in wartime is the most tragic of crimes. But one nation in particular relished the concept in WWII.
THE SECRET CHURCHILL-STALIN PACT
By Peter Strahl. Even before he was prime minister, Winston Churchill concocted a plan with Josef Stalin to allow the USSR to invade and occupy Finland if the Soviet leader would permit France and England to seize the rest of Scandinavia. Churchill even had plans to intern the Swedish and Norwegian military.
REVELATIONS ABOUT ROSENBERG’S DIARY
By Ronald L. Ray. Recently much ado has been made of the discovery of the diaries of Alfred Rosenberg, the man called Hitler’s chief racial theorist. Mainstream historians hoped there would be some “true confessions” by Rosenberg but thus far nothing. Was the threat to release the diaries a blackmail tool?
RUDOLF HESS IN THE NEWS AGAIN
By Michael Collins Piper & Ronald L. Ray. Here are two short articles that bring us up to date on the case of Rudolf Hess and his 1941 crash-landing in Scotland. We’re pleased to tell you that all of what TBR has been saying for 20 years has been confirmed by recent discoveries regarding the mission of Hitler’s right-hand man.
THE HITLER YOUTH VINDICATED
By Daniel W. Michaels. Efforts to twist the intentions of Adolf Hitler never stop. The aims and goals of the Hitler Youth program are but one example. What was the truth about the Hitler Youth and what became of its members after the war? Find out here.
HITLER’S WELLSPRING CAMPS REVISITED
By Dagmar Brenne. Adolf Hitler was greatly concerned about the children of Germany, even the illegitimate ones. He rightfully saw children as the future citizens of the new Germany. As such, he made sure that unwed mothers and their children were properly nurtured. Here is an article comparing the treatment of illegitimate children in the Reich versus what happened in Norway after the war. It’s a shameful tale Hitler would have condemned.
LATVIA FIGHTS FOR FREEDOM
By Marc Roland. Mainstream historians like to make believe that any country into which German troops arrived immediately mobilized its forces to oust “the Huns.” This simply isn’t true, especially in nations given the choice between Germany or the Soviet Union. Here is the story of Latvia’s alliance with Germany, focusing on the air war against Stalin.
ROCHUS MISCH: HITLER’S BODYGUARD
By The Barnes Review Staff. Recently the last surviving member of Hitler’s inner circle passed away. Rochus Misch was Hitler’s bodyguard and he had much to say about his employer. Misch, of course, interacted with Hitler on a daily basis for years and was one of the last people to see the Fuehrer alive. So exactly what did Misch have to say about his boss?
A TRUE BIOGRAPHY OF ADOLF HITLER: HITLER NOT FUNDED BY THE ROTHSCHILDS
By Cassian D’Ornellas. It’s TBR’s mission to bring history into accord with the facts, and no historical personage needs an honest Revisionist treatment more than Hitler. Here is the introduction to a series of articles we have crafted on Germany’s defamed leader.
FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE:
Personal from the Editor • Editorial: You need the truth • The devastation of German cities • The Anglo-Soviet military pact • Book Review: German villainy • National Socialist achievements • History You May Have Missed • The murder of Mary Phagan • Letters to the Editor • Remembering two fallen heroes
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