The Barnes Review, July/August 2000

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VOLUME VI, NUMBER 4


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THE RIDDLE OF THE WHITE MUMMIES OF ANCIENT CHINA

By Dr. Alexander Jacob. China’s civilization is hailed as one of the Earth’s oldest. Yet it only goes back to about 1700 B.C. Centuries before that, some mysterious white people who dressed in tartans were in the area and gave the Chinese chariotry, metallurgy and other arts and sciences…

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    The Barnes Review, July-August 2000The Barnes Review, July/August 2000: The Riddle of the White ‘Mummies’ Of Ancient China

    VOLUME VI, NUMBER 4


    Table of Contents

    THE RIDDLE OF THE WHITE MUMMIES OF ANCIENT CHINA

    By Dr. Alexander Jacob. China’s civilization is hailed as one of the Earth’s oldest. Yet it only goes back to about 1700 B.C. Centuries before that, some mysterious white people who dressed in tartans were in the area and gave the Chinese chariotry, metallurgy and other arts and sciences…

    WERE THE MYSTERIOUS TOKHARIANS KIN TO THE KELTS?

    By John Tiffany. A little-known group of whites, speaking an Indo-European language, lived in the Tarim Basin from as far back as the 3rd century B.C. and evidently transmitted Buddhism to China from its home in India. Did they stem from the “mummy people” who also lived there, 1,000 years earlier? Are the Uighurs their living descendants?…

    ANDREW JOHNSON: A FORGOTTEN VOICE OF REASON

    By Frank Jackson. Although nearly forgotten today, Andrew Johnson ws a great president. From his last message to Congress…

    DONOVAN’S OSS: A FLAWED ORGANIZATION

    By Daniel W. Michaels. The secret agency that was the forerunner of the CIA was set up to inform Americans about what was going on in the outside world. It failed to do so. But, along with its British counterparts, it did provide a nice nesting place for Soviet spies…

    RESCUING MEDIEVALISM

    By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. The Middle Ages, far from being a “dark” era of barbarism, was extraordinary in its moral, legal and esthetic accomplishments. You could almost say that our civilization never had it so good…

    THE HISTORIC GERMANY IS STILL ALIVE

    By Manfred Roeder. According to this author, a German patriot, the German government of World War II days was never legally dissolved…

    HITLER’S WAR RECORD CLARIFIED

    By Michael Collins Piper. The German chancellor was no shirker in World War I, not by a long shot. Here is his actual military record…

    THE PRIEBKE CASE: A JUDICIAL LYNCHING

    By Michael Spataro. The witch-hunt continues against the men, now quite aged, who carried out lawful reprisals in response to communist acts of terrorism. Here is one man’s story…

    NICHOLAS II: MARTYR

    By Boris Brasol. Czar Nicholas was an autocrat, but he was no tyrant. In fact, most Russians found that life was grand and getting better under the last of the Romanov Czars…

    THE HAPLESS PLIGHT OF THE BOERS

    By Eugen Vroom. Although it has sometimes been called “the last gentlemen’s war,” it is hard to see anything gentlemanly about the Boer War, in which Britain adopted genocidal tactics, including rounding up the native whites and blacks—women, children and old men—and putting them in deadly concentration camps…

    ANGLO-AFRIKANERS

    By Tony Blizzard & John Tiffany. After more than 100 years, the two Teutonic white tribes of South Africa—the Anglo-Afrikaners and the Boer-Afrikaners—are increasingly realizing that they must make common cause against their many enemies if they are to survive…

    ABE LINCOLN: THE GREAT EXTREMIST

    By Joseph Sobran. Abraham Lincoln would stop at nothing to preserve the union, even if it came down to authorizing the arrest of the chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court…

    SLAVE LABOR AFTER WORLD WAR II

    From The National Zeitung. You never hear about it from the establishment media, but millions of German citizens, civilians as well as soldiers, were enslaved at the end of World War II. They faced starvation, neglect, disease and death…

    BURIAL AT THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS

    By Gen. Leon Degrelle. The French delegates were perhaps the worst of a bad lot at the Geneva Disarmament Conference. But while they carried out their Machiavellian machinations, Adolf Hitler was clearly the favorite of the common people…

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