The Barnes Review, July/August 1998

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VOLUME IV, NUMBER 4


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STRANGE FACTS ABOUT AUSCHWITZ

Based on what the Soviets who liberated the camp stated at the time, and what the establishment media has said since, something does not add up.

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    The Barnes Review, July-August 1998The Barnes Review, July/August 1998: The Soviet ‘Discoveries’ In Auschwitz

    VOLUME IV, NUMBER 4


    Table of Contents

    STRANGE FACTS ABOUT AUSCHWITZ

    Based on what the Soviets who liberated the camp stated at the time, and what the establishment media has said since, something does not add up.

    QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON THE HOLOCAUST AND REVISIONISM

    In free, democratic Germany asking these questions is “verboten,” and providing the historically correct answers will land you in jail.

    THE SCYTHIANS: NOMADS OF THE STEPPES

    Four thousand years ago these fierce warriors were also master craftsmen of gold and taught philosophy to the Greeks.

    THE REJECTED SOLUTION TO THE JEWISH PROBLEM

    Zionist leaders paved the way for both World War II and the “holocaust.”

    HOW WARTIME PROPAGANDA BECOMES HISTORICAL FACT

    Books by court historians enshrine the lies of wartime.

    WALTER WINCHELL

    The “all-American,” highly popular radio personality was also an agent for a foreign power.

    CHECHNYA

    The people of this tiny Moslem nation were deported to Siberia. Many were shot out of hand. Yet, sustained by their faith and their love of freedom, the courageous Chechens did not give up.

    THE CZECHS AND THE GERMANS

    Hundreds of thousands of helpless civilians were murdered after World War II by people who called themselves patriots.

    REFUGEES MASSACRED, 1945-48

    An eyewitness to the Czech atrocities.

    ISRAELI TERRORISM

    Zionist terrorism in the Near East didn’t end in 1948. Here are facts from the 1970s and ’80s, showing how the pattern continued.

    FRANCE PLAYS WITH FIRE

    Certain French politicians and their cronies, more concerned with getting re-elected than with the best interests of their nation, did not hesitate to make a deal with the Soviets and their Communist Party puppets in France.

    ROOSEVELT OR RUIN

    Father Coughlin challenged FDR: Expel the moneychangers from the temple and restore a sound and adequate currency for the benefit of the American people.

    RACIAL VIEWS OF EARLY AMERICAN SOCIALISTS

    Most early 20th-century socialists were “white racists.”

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