The Barnes Review, March-April 2013: Did Anyone Survive Custer’s Last Stand?
VOLUME XIX, NUMBER 2
Table of Contents
GERMANY’S “BIG APPLE” A-BOMB
By Philip Rife. It is almost an unknown fact to most of the world, but German military men in World War II were discussing ways to launch an ICBM against America with an A-bomb tip. How close were the Nazis to having this technology ready? Would they have used a two-stage rocket or could they have launched a missile strike from a sub? Find out.
NUREMBERG’S TORTURED CONFESSIONS
By Santiago Alvarez. Shockingly, George Bush and Barack Obama’s Guantanamo Bay “tradition” of torture is nothing new for Uncle Sam or John Bull. After World War II the Allies used brutal torture on captured German officers and civilians to get them to “confess” to whatever crime the prosecutors invented. Finally, the mainstream has admitted the truth about this heinous WWII practice but, while it is a good start, it is far too little, far too late for men like Auschwitz Commandant Rudolf Hoess.
HITLER, ISLAM & THE REICH
By Daniel W. Michaels. Islam has always had a keen interest in keeping the Holy Land free of Jewish domination—not to mention the hated English and French colonialists. The National Socialists of Germany and Muslim leaders were quick to realize “the enemy of my enemy could be my natural ally.” With Muslim populations increasing in Europe, maybe now is a good time to see what Hitler thought of Islam and how he made it his ally.
JAPAN’S FATAL WORLD WAR II MISTAKE
By Marc Roland. World War II could’ve been won by the Axis, the author argues, if Japan had taken Adolf Hitler’s advice and attacked north into Soviet territory, instead of moving against Dutch and British colonies and the tempting target of Pearl Harbor offered up by FDR. Why didn’t the Japanese help cripple the USSR when they had the chance? Some say it was a whipping the Japanese received from the Russian bear in the late 1930s, and that this loss made the Japanese fearful of being “clawed” again.
ANDREW JACKSON’S FIRST INAUGURAL
By President Andrew Jackson. This speech by “Old Hickory,” patterned after one by Thomas Jefferson, was hailed at the time as “breathing throughout of the pure spirit of republicanism.”
DID HE SURVIVE THE LITTLE BIGHORN?
John Singleton Moseby. After the Battle of Little Bighorn, fully 70 men stepped forward claiming to be the miraculous “lone survivor” of the Last Stand. We believe all were vainglorious prevaricators except for one. Here is his amazing tale of survival.
INSIDE THE GERMANIC DARK AGES
By William White. Jewish involvement in the shady business of banking goes back to ancient Rome, and when Rome fell and the Germanic Dark Ages came, they went right on conducting “business as usual.” So don’t blame it on the church.
USURY & THE FALL OF ROME
By Stephen Goodson. The ancient Romans started out using the cow as their “dollar,” then graduated to chunks of metal. But from there it was downhill as the Romans were sucked into an abyss of credit/debt “money” from which they never escaped.
2013: MORGAN’S NWO CENTENNIAL
By John White. John Pierpont Morgan was at the core of the founding of the Federal Reserve, which is not federal at all but privately owned—a reincarnation of the Second Bank of the U.S., crushed by President Andrew Jackson.
EUROPEAN BLOOD: FABULOUS FLANDERS
By John Tiffany. Though just a tiny territory—they don’t even have a country of their own (but don’t count them out; they’re working on it)—the people of Flanders have made contributions to civilization out of all proportion to their numbers.
FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE:
Personal from the Editor • Editorial: Legacy of Torture • The German two-stage rocket • War crimes trial timeline • History You May Have Missed • Other massacre survivors • Old Rome’s bronze coins • Victim of holocaust speaks • Letters to the Editor
8.5″×11″, saddle stitched, 64 pp., b/w illustrations