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The Barnes Review, November/December 2015: Mexico: The Folly of Interventionism
VOLUME XXI, NUMBER 6
Table of Contents
Maximilian of the house of Habsburg-Lorraine was sent by Napoleon III of France to rule Mexico. And, while Maximilian’s intentions might have been good (he renounced his own claim to the Habsburg throne to take the position), his reign ended in disaster. This is a classic case of the folly of foreign intervention and the misery it always brings.
MYSTERIOUS PICTS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE?
By Marc Roland. In the late 19th century, workmen digging holes for fenceposts uncovered a masterfully carved stone “egg” adorned with enigmatic symbols that looked like those used by the Picts of ancient Scotland. This find might not have been so amazing, except for the fact that the workmen who found it were digging their holes in New Hampshire, U.S.A.
PIVOTAL HOLOCAUST DOCUMENT EXAMINED
By Ronald L. Ray. What if there were a document, from the WWII Allies themselves, that stated there were no homicidal gas chambers used to kill Jews in some of the most infamous of alleged German “death camps”? Why would Revisionists claim it is a forgery, and why does esteemed historian Udo Walendy insist it is authentic? Find out.
LEON DEGRELLE’S LETTER TO THE POPE
By Gen. Leon Degrelle. In 1979, Pope John Paul II did what most public figures do these days—he journeyed to the Auschwitz memorial concentration camp, to pay homage to the alleged 4 million who were “exterminated” there. Belgian Waffen-SS officer Leon Degrelle, in exile in Spain at the time, was so enraged that the pope would give credence to the outlandish claims by his presence, he wrote the pontiff a letter.
POST-WWII ASSASSINATION SQUADS
By Philip Rife. Most of the atrocity stories we hear coming from World War II historians center on the Nazis. But, in truth, after the war, Jewish partisan groups carried out brutal extra-judicial killings against targets they perceived as war criminals. They assassinated an estimated 1,500 people, in many instances not even bothering to check the identity of their intended victims.
STALIN AND THE KILLERS IN WHITE COATS
By Daniel W. Michaels. Were a group of Jewish doctors really trying to knock off top Soviet officials, or was Josef Stalin exaggerating the facts to gain public support for his planned purge of Jews and Zionists from public offices? Follow along with late historian Daniel Michaels as he searches for the truth.
WHITE GUILT: THE HIPPO IN THE ROOM
By Andrew Joyce. The author, a writer for The Occidental Quarterly, takes a scathing look at the massive immigration problem plaguing Europe these days and uncovers a phenomenon we call pathological altruism, the tendency of White people to demonstrate empathy for other racial groups to the detriment of their own. A very pertinent piece in light of the waves of immigrants invading Europe.
OUR JOURNEY TO RUSSIA
By Merlin and Susan Miller. Former presidential candidate Merlin Miller, fed up with the anti-Russian propaganda infusing the mainstream media these days, decided to travel to Moscow and find out just exactly what Putin’s Russia was like, and to talk to the Russian people without the filter of the Western media.
IVAN THE TERRIBLE WASN’T SO TERRIBLE
By Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson. Ivan IV of Russia has been slandered by historians as a mass murderer and unbridled psychopath since the day his reign began. But what is the truth about this enlightened Russian ruler?
GARFIELD: WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN
By Victor Thorn. James Garfield is remembered only as one of the four American presidents killed by an assassin. But there was much more to this extremely popular populist politician than meets the eye.
GUENTER DECKERT’S PRISON DIARIES
By Ronald L. Ray. TBR editorial board member Guenter Deckert has been locked up in Germany on two occasions for his translations of “taboo” books. While in prison he had the chance to compose his thoughts on many important and touching topics.
Also featured in this issue:
Personal from the Editor • Editorial: Another Christmas Approaches. . . • The Mexican quagmire today • The Franco-Mexican Pastry War • Excerpt from new Degrelle book • What was Morgenthau’s “plan”? • History You May Have Missed • Masonic marching orders? • Reflections on Russia • Remembering John Alan Coey • Prolific Revisionist passes • 2015 Comprehensive Index • Letters to the Editor,
8.5”×11”, saddle stitched, 80 pp., b/w illustrations