The Barnes Review, July/August 2010

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VOLUME XVI, NUMBER 4


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SECESSION COULD HAVE SUCCEEDED

By Pat Shannan. Had things gone a bit differently, with some better strategic thinking by the Confederates, the Southern states could be an independent nation today…

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    The Barnes Review, July-August 2010The Barnes Review, July/August 2010: How the South Could Have Won the Civil War

    VOLUME XVI, NUMBER 4


    Table of Contents


    SECESSION COULD HAVE SUCCEEDED

    By Pat Shannan. Had things gone a bit differently, with some better strategic thinking by the Confederates, the Southern states could be an independent nation today…

    ANCIENT ARCHEOLOGICAL DISK AMAZES

    By Christopher J. Petherick. Found in Germany, the Nebra sky disk, as it is called, seems impossibly sophisticated for such an extremely archaic object, but it has been confirmed the shield-like disk goes back to about 1600 B.C., give or take a century or so, and depicts distant star clusters and other heavenly bodies…

    WAS THE REAL ZORRO AN IRISHMAN?

    By Mark Anderson. There really was a Zorro. While somewhat different from the fictionalized version, he was just as romantic a swashbuckler. The son of a wealthy County Wexford, Ireland merchant, he became a North American legend and was martyred at the stake by the Spanish Inquisition in Mexico after a 17-year imprisonment…

    VANISHED RULERS OF THE ANCIENT OCEANS

    By John Tiffany. Between 200 to 60 million years ago, the oceans teemed with various huge reptiles—but no dinosaurs. Some were fearsome and as big as a sperm whale. Thank goodness they are not with us today…

    ALEXANDR KOLCHAK: WHITE RUSSIAN HERO

    By Henrik Holappa. Alexandr Kolchak was appointed supreme leader of the White Russian government that set up its headquarters in Omsk in a bid to free the motherland of the evil power of the Communists. At one point, Kolchak could have launched an attack on Moscow itself…

    THE GREATEST HEIST IN HISTORY

    By Marc Roland. After the overthrow of Czar Nicholas II, anti-Communist Russians rose up and fought to regain their nation. Lenin, needing vast amounts of cash to pay his bills and fight the “White Russians,” sold off Russian art treasures worth billions today…

    MEDICAL AIDE TO TOP NAZI TELLS ALL

    By The Barnes Review Staff. An admirable Tunisian Muslim, Abdallah Melaouhi, took care of Rudolf Hess, Hitler’s right-hand man, in the last years of his life. He came to know the “prisoner of peace” as a friend and was deeply grieved when the old gentleman was murdered…

    AN INTERVIEW WITH ERNST ZÜNDEL

    By Kourosh Ziabari. The recently released Revisionist historian and prolific artist and author speaks his mind on a broad variety of topics—excluding the explosive subject of the so-called holocaust which he is forbidden to mention unless he wants to receive more time in prison…

    PRESIDENT AHMADINEJAD: UNCENSORED

    By Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addressed the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty, where he discussed Iran’s nuclear policy. Other publications failed to tell Americans what he had to say, but you can read it here—exclusively in TBR…

    ADOLF HITLER: THE WAR PLANNER

    By Carolyn Yeager & Wilhelm Mann—part 1. Germany’s strategy implemented in May 1940 was highly successful. Others have tried to claim the credit, but the military genius behind it all was the frequently underrated Adolf Hitler himself…

    CONTROVERSIAL NAZI RACIAL STUDIES

    By Daniel W. Michaels. National Socialist Germany’s scientists determined that real differences existed among the races. But were National Socialist scientists recording legitimate findings, or were they merely a propaganda arm of the government of Adolf Hitler?…

    EYEWITNESS TO THE NAGASAKI HOLOCAUST

    By Michael A. Hoffman II. Dr. Takashi Nagai, a Catholic physician, was there when Truman’s minions dropped an atom bomb on the densely populated—but militarily insignificant— Japanese city of Nagasaki…

    Featured: Personal from the Editor · Call It ‘Serendipity’ · A defense of Robert E. Lee · History You May Have Missed · TBR book & video selections · Book Review: The truth about Sobibór · ‘Destroy the gas chambers’ · Who’s playing ‘holocaust roulette’ · Victory at Eben Emael · Letters to the Editor

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