The Barnes Review, July/August 2001

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VOLUME VII, NUMBER 4


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THE TRAGEDY OF RUDOLF HESS

By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. If there ever was an example of a “nice Nazi,” it was surely Rudolf Hess, who risked his life, liberty and his sacred honor in flying to Britain to try to negotiate a peaceful arrangement between that land and his native Germany. Part of a symposium on the famed Nazi leader…

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    The Barnes Review, July-August 2001The Barnes Review, July/August 2001: The Tragedy of Rudolf Hess

    VOLUME VII, NUMBER 4


    Table of Contents

    THE TRAGEDY OF RUDOLF HESS

    By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. If there ever was an example of a “nice Nazi,” it was surely Rudolf Hess, who risked his life, liberty and his sacred honor in flying to Britain to try to negotiate a peaceful arrangement between that land and his native Germany. Part of a symposium on the famed Nazi leader…

    THE MURDER OF RUDOLF HESS

    By Daniel W. Michaels. Who would brutally strangle to death a harmless, 93-year-old man after 20 years of solitary confinement? Another symposium article…

    TO THE FRONT-LINE FIGHTERS OF WORLD WAR I

    By Rudolf Hess. For once, Hess gets a chance to say something about his desire to see peace among the nations. The last part of our three-item symposium…

    THE DISPIRITING PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1876

    By Frank Jackson. If you think the 2000 election was one of the closest and most partisan, full of dirty politics, you are right. But if you have not taken a look at America’s centennial election, “you ain’t seen nothing yet.”…

    FORT EBEN-EMAEL: TURNING POINT IN WWII

    By Frank Joseph. Few people today, especially in America, remember its odd name. But not only was the sudden fall of this “impregnable” fortress a key turning point, making the German invasion of western Europe possible in WWII, but there are some amazing lessons to be learned from the incident, regarding just how inventive Adolf Hitler could be in the art of war, and how “autocratic” he was not. Third place winner in the recent TBR writing contest…

    THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION

    By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. In a path-breaking Revisionist work by E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars journal, the historical development of the ideology of sexual liberation is traced as primarily a means of manipulation, showing that political bondage is the price that must be paid for sexual freedom. Has the worship of Dionysos gone too far? A book review…

    THE SAGA OF THE USS INDIANAPOLIS

    By Margo Turner. A prize-winning journalist turns her spotlight on the allegations of injustice and conspiracy in the efforts of top Navy brass to blame the captain of the ill-fated USS Indianapolis for one of the worst naval disasters in U.S. history…

    COLORED FAMILIES WHO OWNED SLAVES

    By Robert M. Grooms. Owning slaves was far more a “black thing” than it was a “white thing.” In South Carolina, 61 percent of non-white households were slave owners. In the South as a whole, less than 5 percent of whites were slave holders…

    BLOCKADE-RUNNERS OF THE CONFEDERACY

    By Edward T. May. During the War Between the Central Government and the Southern States, the South desperately needed imported merchandise and food to sustain the war effort. It was the vital job of the blockade-runners to provide the necessary supplies to enable the Confederacy to continue its quest for the sovereignty, freedom and independence of each Southern state…

    THE CASE OF PARIS IN 1934

    By Gen. Leon Degrelle. At a critical moment in world history, the French people were being led by a strange little man, Gaston Doumergue, known as “Gastounet,” who was still living in the past, namely 1870. The results were tragic for France and for the world at large…

    THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN HERITAGE HOAX

    By Joseph P. Kamp. How far back does the concept of a “Judeo-Christian heritage” go? The term was completely unknown to the world until 1963, when it was concocted as a means of promoting Jewish political causes among some gullible Christians…

    WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO JOHN ROY CARLSON?

    By Michael Collins Piper. A mysterious individual whose real name appears to have been Arthur, or Avedis, Derounian, made quite a splash with his “exposés” of American patriots as supposed henchmen of Hitler. Investigator Michael Collins Piper tracked down the libel monger and learned that he had continued to a ripe old age, only to drop dead in a Jewish organization’s library in Manhattan…

    HOG-TYING THE U.S. MILITARY IN VIETNAM

    By Stephen Earl Lombardo. The Vietnam War was not lost by American servicemen, but by the civilians in the Defense Department, whose “rules of engagement” doomed the GIs’ efforts to defeat…

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