The Barnes Review, May 1997: A Murder in Algiers
VOLUME III, NUMBER 4
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To those who study the World War II period closely, there are few more fascinating matters than the maze of French political fortunes and intrigues. In this month’s lead story a veteran European correspondent, then well connected in that area, offers a unique perspective regarding Admiral Jean Francois Darlan’s assassination.
A PHOTO HISTORY OF THE END OF THE WAR
The end of World War II in Europe was a relief to some people, and a nightmare to others. These never-before-published photographs taken by an American tank officer during the Allied advance across Germany document both emotions on the part of a defeated nation and its civilian population.
MYSTERIOUS EASTER ISLAND
Long a phantom land of the Pacific, Easter Island offers us few answers, and raises many questions about long-held mysteries that rival those of Stonehenge and ancient Egypt.
DUKE WAYNE—RIDING HIGH AT 90
Traditional America’s most beloved folk figure would have been 90 years old this month. He died in June 1979, yet millions feel that more than his image on the screen must remain within us.
GENOCIDE AND AN EXAMINATION OF SOURCES
If there was a “final solution” to what was regarded as the “Jewish Question,” where is the documentation? Author Gregory Douglas looks at the sources for the “standard texts.”
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