The Barnes Review, January/February 2000

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VOLUME VI, NUMBER 1


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HERMANN’S VICTORY OVER THE ROMAN LEGIONS

By Edward Creasy. Hermann, known among the Roman people as Arminius, is TBR’s choice for the “Man of the Last Two Millennia.” Without him, such a thing as white, English-speaking Americans would not exist. Ironically, his brother fought for the enemy, and Hermann was murdered by his fellow Germans.

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    The Barnes Review, January-February 2000The Barnes Review, January/February 2000: The Victory of Hermann over the Roman Legions

    VOLUME VI, NUMBER 1


    Table of Contents

    HERMANN’S VICTORY OVER THE ROMAN LEGIONS

    By Edward Creasy. Hermann, known among the Roman people as Arminius, is TBR’s choice for the “Man of the Last Two Millennia.” Without him, such a thing as white, English-speaking Americans would not exist. Ironically, his brother fought for the enemy, and Hermann was murdered by his fellow Germans.

    GREAT BRITAIN, THE JEWS AND PALESTINE

    By Samuel Landman. The Zionist claim to the land of Palestine has always rested on Lord Arthur Balfour’s letter of November 2, 1917. Mr. Landman, a very well-known English Zionist, explains how James A. Malcolm took the initiative to convince the British government that the best and perhaps the only way to bring America into the war against Germany was to promise Palestine to the Jews. This article serves as an introduction to the historical document that follows.

    ORIGINS OF THE BALFOUR DECLARATION

    By Weizmann’s Contribution. This historical document (an actual photo-reproduction) by James A. Malcolm, a British subject of Armenian ancestry, reveals how America was gotten into World War I in order to deliver Palestine to the Jews. Malcolm was the actual initiator of the negotiations that led up to the Balfour Declaration.

    AGAINST THE ‘PAX AMERICANA’

    By M. Raphael Johnson, PHD. The nationalist and populist movement of traditional America has been displaced by a kind of imperialism. What has this done to the cause of liberty for our citizens? Has the government bitten off more than it can chew? A commentary on Patrick Buchanan’s latest books.

    A DEEPER LOOK INTO TRAGEDY AND HOPE

    By Stephen Zarlenga. Prof. Carroll Quigley, who was himself a member of the inner circle of the “Anglo-American conspiracy,” was a very unusual person in that he chose to come out and expose his fellow members of that cabal. An analysis of a classic work, Quigley’s Tragedy and Hope.

    THE PATRIOT WHO MIGHT HAVE BEEN PRESIDENT

    By John E. Kovacs. Although surprisingly little remembered today, Gen. Patrick Hurley was ubiquitous in his heyday. This Irish-American, born on a Choctaw reservation, was well qualified to lead the nation, but instead we wound up with the establishment’s man, President Dwight Eisenhower.

    BAY OF PIGS INSIDER REVEALS JFK’S CULPABILITY

    By George Fowler. One of the worst fiascoes of American history is explored as TBR’s late editor emeritus analyzes a revealing book by the CIA’s case officer on the invasion’s command ship.

    THE NEGRO IN EUROPE AND AMERICA

    By Dr. Robert E. Kuttner. Members of the Negro race have made many contributions to European, American and North African civilization, such as the invention of peanut butter and many other products by Dr. George Washington Carver. However, contrary to “Afrocentric” historians, some of history’s “great Black men,” such as Hannibal, were not Negro at all.

    ADOLF HITLER GOES TO TRIAL FOR TREASON

    By Leon Degrelle. After the failure of his attempted coup d’état, Hitler found himself in prison, facing charges of treason for trying to overthrow the government of Germany. The trial did not go as the prosecutors had hoped, however, as Hitler stole the show and emerged from his ordeal more popular than ever.

    THE AMERICAN VIGILANTE TRADITION

    By Michael A. Crane. While acting outside the law, vigilantes tried to “do the right thing.” And they made it possible for civilized people, not just criminals and gunfighters, to live in the west, paving the way for a regular government. Sometimes vigilantes were necessary to cleanse the land of a corrupt governmental clique.

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