The Barnes Review, January/February 1998: Lebensborn—Popular History as Sex Fantasy
VOLUME IV, NUMBER 1
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Table of Contents
LEBENSBORN—POPULAR HISTORY AS SEX FANTASY
THE LITTLE-KNOWN RESIGNATION OF “STONEWALL” JACKSON
The Southern icon felt constrained to resign in the midst of the Civil War.
MULTI-CULTURALISM—AN IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS PASSED
Man in his pristine state is not really noble, contrary to Rosseau.
A LETTER FROM HERMANN GÖRING TO WINSTON CHURCHILL
Days before he died, Göring set the record straight.
‘WITH THE KNIFE THOU SHALT KILL ALL THE MEN AND WOMEN’
Did the Allies in WWII unleash evil forces that will ultimately destroy them?
SOVIET ATROCITIES AGAINST EASTERN EUROPE
Slavs and others were murdered by the millions by the Soviets in death camps.
HAS MAN BEEN IN THE NEW WORLD A QUARTER-MILLION YEARS?
The evidence stretches back much further than the establishment says.
THE ‘WOLF CHILDREN’ OF EAST PRUSSIA
The luckier of these child refugees were adopted by Lithuanian couples.
THE ANGLO-GERMAN NAVAL TREATY OF JUNE 18, 1935
Far from wanting to conquer the world, Hitler gave up all claims to Alsace-Lorraine.
THE MICE THAT STILL ROAR
Small, little-known countries dotting the map of Europe offer hope of freedom.
GERALD NYE’S FAREWELL ADDRESS TO THE SENATE
The philosophy of an “isolationist.”
AGINCOURT—AN EARLY ENGLISH WAR CRIME
Even Shakespeare had to be careful in dealing with the topic of British royalty.
COMMUNISM IS DEAD—BUT WHO CREATED IT?
The founding fathers of Soviet communism were not Russians.
THE GREAT ESCAPE OF ‘BILLY THE KID’
“Billy the Kid” managed to make a getaway in a town bristling with armed citizens.
AN AMERICAN JOAN OF ARC
Not all the soldiers in the Revolutionary War were males.
8.5″×11″, saddle stitched, 80 pp., b/w illustrations