The Barnes Review, July 1997: Ferdinand and Isabella
VOLUME III, NUMBER 7
Table of Contents
FERDINAND AND ISABELLA
Surely one of the most notable regimes in history, the dual monarchy of Ferdinand and Isabella was more than a political alliance which created Spain, more than a regime that had the vision to back Columbus, more than enlightened and honest, it was also one of the greatest love stories ever told. You’ll see why Hollywood doesn’t agree.
THE KHAZARS —NON-SEMITIC JEWS
The author offers a fascinating probe of Jewry’s tribal roots; an historic journey probably known to few Jewish people today. It is a convincing presentation of known migrations and involving large numbers of people over many years; the bottom line being that the Jewish people have been widely misrepresented as being an essentially Semitic race.
The 1938 rematch for the world’s heavyweight championship fight between America’s Joe Louis and Germany’s Max Schmeling was the most politically sensitive and explosive prize fight in history. From FDR’s White House to powerful groups and individuals, the word was: “Schmeling must not take the title back to Germany!”
HITLER, DEMOCRAT: CHAPTER XI—PART I
Leon Degrelle offers inside details of the jockeying for power among the uniformed leaders of the embryonic Third Reich. What were the attitudes of the German Army’s Junker elite relative to the street-based SA? How did each fit into Hitler’s planning as the Third Reich dawned?
THE BIRTH OF A NATION
D.W. Griffith—He remains a legend as tall as the incredible early Hollywood sets he built for the movie Intolerance. Despite its banning throughout most of society. David Wack Griffith’s Birth of A Nation lives on as a universally respected historical masterpiece.
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