The Barnes Review, November 1997

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VOLUME III, NUMBER 11


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THE GREAT TREK

Escaping from British tyranny, the Boers, Africa’s earliest tribe of white speakers of an Indo-European language, fought off vicious savages in epic battles and founded independent republics where people could dwell in freedom and worship God in their own way.

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    The Barnes Review, November 1997The Barnes Review, November 1997: The Great Trek 

    VOLUME III, NUMBER 11


    Table of Contents

    THE GREAT TREK

    Escaping from British tyranny, the Boers, Africa’s earliest tribe of white speakers of an Indo-European language, fought off vicious savages in epic battles and founded independent republics where people could dwell in freedom and worship God in their own way.

    THE MYSTERY AND TRAGEDY OF WATERGATE

    Because of Watergate we will never know whether Richard Nixon would have succeeded in his ambitious plans to clean house at the highest levels and effect major changes in the way American domestic and foreign policy was conducted.

    ANCIENT INSCRIPTIONS IN NORTH AMERICA

    Rock carvings written in ogam, a system of writing used by the ancient people of Ireland and other parts of the Keltic world, have been found widely throughout North America, proving that Kelts were on these shores thousands of years before the Vikings got here. But there are tantalizing clues that another, unknown culture, got here even before them.

    GESTAPO CHIEF

    The head of the much-feared German secret police survived World War II, contrary to general belief. Not only that, but he had many interesting things to say when he was interrogated at length. A book review.

    HITLER, DEMOCRAT: PLEBISCITE IN THE SAARLAND

    Long before the European Community, instead of opposing the Germans, the English and the French could have formed a team without equal in the world—complementing each other economically, each having their own field of action in conformity with their genius and their needs—but the opportunity was wasted.

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