The Barnes Review, July/August 1999: Admiral Yamamato & The Battle of Midway
VOLUME V, NUMBER 4
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Table of Contents
ADMIRAL YAMAMATO AND THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY
By Vaughn Greene. True, he was a hero, but the man known as “Japan’s Horatio Nelson” made many a blunder, contributing greatly to the failure of the Axis cause…
PRE-COLUMBIAN VOYAGES TO THE AMERICAS
By Dr. Hugh D. Purcell.Who discovered America before Christopher Columbus? Nearly every significant seafaring power on Earth, it would appear, from at least as long ago as the ancient Egyptians…
HITTITES, MINOANS AND MYKENAEANS
By Vera Stark And John Tiffany. These diverse ancient civilizations appear to have links not only with one another, but with the Sumerians who came before them…
A WARNING TO AMERICA
By Benjamin H. Freedman. How much can we depend on the loyalty to America of the Jewish community in general? One patriotic Jew shows what happened while Americans were all asleep…
THE TRAGEDY OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
By R.M. West. An investigation into the true causes of World War II. Is it true that there simply was a madman in power in Germany during the 1930s who was determined to ignite the giant conflagration that was to become World War II, and that he ultimately succeeded in doing so?
THE HIGH PRIEST OF WAR
By Michael Collins Piper. The court historians have little or nothing to say about the man who played the primary role in sparking World War I—the international arms dealer and master of intrigue who was known as “the high priest of war”…
ABRAHAM LINCOLN ON THE WARPATH
By George Fowler. Was Abraham Lincoln a peace-loving president who waged civil war only with agonized reluctance? Not according to a recent book by Frank van der Linden. A book review…
GERMANY’S 1923 HYPERINFLATION
By Stephen Zarlenga. The hyperinflation of the German Weimar Republic is used by those who advocate control over money by the wealthiest elements in society—the megabankers. However, when the facts are examined, that argument falls apart…
EVENTS PRECEDING THE ‘BEER HALL’ FUSILLADE
By Leon Degrelle. Adolf Hitler did not wish to impose his coup d’état by force. In the attempted putsch of November 1923, he had forbidden any violence. He wished to see the army unite behind him in complete fraternity. Hitler would not force anyone to give assistance against his will.
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