From The Barnes Review, March/April 2023
Personal From the Editor
THE GREAT BANISHMENT
Over the past decade or so, you have seen many books disappear down the Memory Hole—banished forever. Generally, these books were completely factual, well-written, designed, printed and published by professional Revisionist historians. The advent of “print-on-demand” (POD) xerography made it possible for publishers and independent authors to buy just the stock they needed at a decent price. With the advent of hi-tech computer-driven photocopying machines, authors could finally order only the quantity they needed. It was a great way not only to get Revisionist books on, for instance, World War II Germany out to the public, an author could also have these companies fulfill orders as needed, thus ending the necessity of a warehouse and fulfillment employees.
Unfortunately, those days have ended. While authors and publishers can easily get books about how great no-liberalism, sex-change operations and multi-gender bathrooms are—and bashing White people—publishing books focusing on more “controversial” topics is becoming impossible. For instance, Ingram, one of the biggest publishers in the world and one which has always vowed it would never censor authors, has gone on a banning purge, killing hundreds if not thousands of accounts that contain any books that counter the prevailing line on history (from the dawn of man to the present) or challenge the new “woke” ideological agenda.
But it’s not just Ingram. Amazon and Google, which maintain a huge share of print-on-demand business via their massive subsidiaries, have also scrubbed any smaller publishers that dared to print and sell politically incorrect books. We’ve told you about our own travails in this regard and how TBR lost it’s Kindle e-book account and our Amazon print account. It’s unfortunate that, currently, no other organization is yet able to challenge these companies in any true and meaningful way.
The truth is that, for instance, when you place a book for sale on Amazon, it gets 100 times the number of eyeballs on it as any of the existing competition. Hundreds of books have thus disappeared. Recently, multiple authors have come to THE BARNES REVIEW asking if we could help. Some have been nearly ruined. We think we can, and we are doing what we can.
Currently we have found multiple smaller printers who respect free speech. The only problem is that they cannot necessarily compete with multi-billion-dollar corporations—but they can still produce an affordable product that you might not otherwise be able to find anywhere else.
Please take a look at page 55 to see three books we have helped TBR Editorial Board member Mike Walsh bring back in print. Also, see pages 72-79 for dozens of books we have helped Ostara Publications get printed and back in stock. In addition, we are also offering a new two-book set from JR Books Online who had their entire stock deleted by their POD printer and vendor.
This is a big job, but it is important, and we will need a little help. If you agree this is a vital venture, please consider donating for this cause. Call me at 202-547-5586 and we can talk. —PAUL ANGEL, Executive Editor
The Barnes Review
A JOURNAL OF POLITICALLY INCORRECT HISTORY
MARCH/APRIL 2023 ❖ VOLUME XXIX ❖ NUMBER 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
NATIONAL SOCIALISM IN AMERICA BEFORE WORLD WAR II BROKE OUT
BY KARL HAEMERS Numerous pro-German, pro-National Socialist political and cultural organizations flourished in America beginning in the 1920s. In Part 1 of a multi-part series, TBR provides the background and details of some of these organizations, including the highly demonized and persecuted German American Bund.
BELGIUM’S FASCIST POST-WWI OPPONENTS OF LEON DEGRELLE
BY RÉMI TREMBLAY The Belgian National Legion, a little-known political faction that competed with Leon Degrelle’s Rexist movement, strived for Belgian independence and autonomy, rallying around the monarch. Skeptical of German motives, the Legion played a key role in post-WWI Belgian politics, including during the lead up to WWII, as you will see.
WILLIAM JOYCE: BRITAIN’S TOP WWII DISSIDENT
BY JOHN WEAR, J.D. Independent author and historian John Wear examines the life and political career of William Joyce, perhaps Britain’s most infamous dissident prior to and during WWII. An eloquent supporter of National Socialist Germany and fierce critic of the forces of global plutocracy, Joyce quickly became a top target of British authorities.
FACTS ARE FACTS: BOOK EARNS A CONVERT THE IRE OF BRETHREN
BY MIKE MAINS Benjamin Freedman, a highly successful Jewish-born businessman who converted to Christianity, wrote a classic insider account of the deceit and conniving surrounding the Balfour Declaration, U.S. involvement in WWI, the Paris Peace Conference in Versailles, and other international intrigues. For writing honestly about these subjects, Freedman was repeatedly vilified by his former co-religionists.
THE DEBATE IN THE SOUTH OVER ARMING, TRAINING BLACK TROOPS
BY DAVID DODDRIDGE A raging debate regarding the status and role of Blacks in the Confederate war effort took place among Southern journalists, editors, political leaders, and others during the War Between the States. Retired detective and private investigator David Doddridge, a first-time contributor to TBR, provides the details of the raucous parley.
PERSECUTED AUTHOR SPEAKS ABOUT RELEASE OF NEW BOOK INTERVIEW WITH MONIKA SCHAEFER
TBR is proud to announce the publication of Canadian activist Monika Schaefer’s tell-all memoir detailing her truth-seeking journey, personal experiences, relentless persecution and eventual imprisonment in Germany by the long arm of the thought police.
THE VATICAN & THE ROTHSCHILDS: A PARADOX—PART ONE
BY ANTONIUS J. PATRICK Here are the sordid details of the rise of the Rothschild banking family—the notorious Jewish financial clan that is still the subject of investigation and speculation to this day—and its relationship with the Catholic Church. How and why did this clan become so powerful so quickly and how does it maintain its stranglehold on the West today? This is part one of a planned two-part article by a staunch traditional Catholic historian.
DID RUSSIAN EXPLORERS DISCOVER LOST CITY IN EASTERN ATLANTIC?
BY FRANK JOSEPH Did Soviet submariners and scientists inadvertently discover the remains of an ancient lost city off the coast of Portugal in the 1970s? What are the strange structures that appear to be located atop a prominent seamount now covered by the turbulent waters of the Eastern Atlantic? It may not be the fabled Atlantis—but, then again, it might.