The Barnes Review, May/June 2000

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VOLUME VI, NUMBER 3


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HIROSHIMA: ASSAULT ON A BEATEN FOE

By Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes. Was it necessary to drop atomic bombs on Japanese cities? Did we save millions of lives by sacrificing hundreds of thousands of Japanese civilians, or was this history’s greatest war crime?…

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    The Barnes Review, May-June 2000The Barnes Review, May/June 2000: Hiroshima: Assault On a Beaten Foe?

    VOLUME VI, NUMBER 3


    This issue is sold out! We are working on getting this issue online as a PDF file for downloading.

    Table of Contents

    HIROSHIMA: ASSAULT ON A BEATEN FOE

    By Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes. Was it necessary to drop atomic bombs on Japanese cities? Did we save millions of lives by sacrificing hundreds of thousands of Japanese civilians, or was this history’s greatest war crime?…

    MONETARY POLICY & ROME’S DECLINE

    By Stephen Zarlenga. What is the “monetary secret of the ages”? For millennia, a powerful but little-known force has been shaping the development of civilization as we know it…

    THE TRAGEDY THAT WAS WORLD WAR I

    By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. The best and brightest of European manhood was nearly wiped out in the vermin-infested trenches of France. Was Germany to blame, or was she just another victim, along with the other nations?…

    EXPERIENCES OF A GERMAN JEW, 1929–1938

    By Heinz Weichardt. The “persecution” of Jews in National Socialist Germany was not the barbaric bloodbath today’s court historians and Zionist propagandists would like you to believe, judging by this personal account of a Jewish author…

    WASHINGTON OR WILSON?

    By Dr. Robert John. George Washington said we should “steer clear” of antipathies, attachments and permanent alliances with foreign nations. But then came Woodrow Wilson, whose intervention and duplicity led to World War I, the Russian Revolution, World War II and the Cold War. Why do the American people allow the U.S. government to continue with these insane policies?…

    BRITAIN’S PROPAGANDA NETWORK IN THE UNITED STATES

    By Quincy Howe. Ties of language, tradition and blood exercise such an attraction upon the American ruling class that it goes against its own interests to boost the desires of the British Foreign Office…

    STALIN’S 1937 PURGE OF THE RED ARMY

    By Dan Michaels. What was really behind the execution of Marshal Mikhail Nikolayevich Tukhachevsky, the Soviet Union’s “military genius,” along with the purging of other top military leaders?…

    FAILURES OF THE JAPANESE IMPERIAL NAVY

    By Andrew Gray. Why didn’t the Japanese navy, led by Adm. Isoroku Yamamoto, put up a better showing in its Pacific war against the Allied powers, principally the United States? In a sense, it was a prisoner of its own past successes. A review of the book Kaigun…

    “HOLOCAUST EDUCATION” IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS

    By Michael Collins Piper. Stop the racket known as “holocaust education” dead in its tracks. Here’s a book that gives you the information you need. A review…

    FREE SPEECH & FLAGS AS HISTORICAL SYMBOLS

    By Jennifer A. White. Despite the fad of multiculturalism, some native and national symbols might not evoke much sympathy from liberal organizations, such as the Central American Indian banner that bears a swastika…

    DOC HOLLIDAY: SAGEBRUSH SAMURAI

    By Michael Crane. Was John Henry Holliday, known as “Doc” Holliday, an American hero, or was he nothing more than a drunk, an outlaw and a psychopathic murderer?…

    THE 1932 GENEVA CONFERENCE

    By Gen. Leon Degrelle. The delegate from the United States to the Swiss disarmament conference presented some sensible ideas from President Herbert Hoover…

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