The Barnes Review, November/December 1998

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VOLUME IV, NUMBER 6


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LEON DEGRELLE: WARRIOR FOR THE WEST

By Willis A. Carto. One of the key witnesses to the events of World War II was also a hero who fought to save Europe from Bolshevism. Communist bullets, flame-throwers, grenades, tanks, “hit” squads and torturers failed to kill him.

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    The Barnes Review, November-December 1998The Barnes Review, November/December 1998: Leon Degrelle—Warrior for the West

    VOLUME IV, NUMBER 6


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

    Table of Contents

    LEON DEGRELLE: WARRIOR FOR THE WEST

    By Willis A. Carto. One of the key witnesses to the events of World War II was also a hero who fought to save Europe from Bolshevism. Communist bullets, flame-throwers, grenades, tanks, “hit” squads and torturers failed to kill him.

    ROBERT BRASILLACH:FATE OF A EUROPEAN POET

    By Erik Norling. Accused of “treason” by Charles De Gaulle’s new French government, Robert Brasillach was condemned to death and executed after a hasty kangaroo trial. Here’s the story of the loss of one very talented patriot.

    THE ELUSIVE AVARS

    By Sutton Kinter III. These hardy warriors of the Eurasian steppes, though virtually forgotten today, played a pivotal role in European and world history. Take a look into the world of the Avars and their brethren of the steppes.

    IAN SMITH: THE BUNGLER WHO LOST A NATION

    By Joan Benson. In light of Ian Smith’s recently published memoirs, the widow of a prominent political writer on Rhodesian affairs takes a skeptical look at the man who presided over the nation’s surrender to “majority rule.”

    THE RISE AND FALL OF PORTUGUESE CULTURE

    By Michael J. Beaver. Portugal did everything right. She was the first European nation to practice all-out multi-culturalism and diversity, touted by liberals as sure-fire ways to “compete better internationally.” What, then, could have caused her glory to fizzle out from her position as world leader and renowned explorer to a second-tier nation?

    THE ROLE OF FRANCE & RUSSIA IN STARTING WWI, PART I

    By Peter Hof. The never-before-told story of the complex circumstances surrounding the assassination of Franz Ferdinand.

    ‘OLD IRONPANTS’ JOHNSON ON U.S. ENTRY INTO WWII

    By Gen. Hugh Johnson. How America was manipulated into fighting a war that was never any of her business.

    WAR TO THE KNIFE

    By John Tiffany. The War Between the States is usually thought of as having begun in 1861, but in fact the fratricidal struggle started eight years before that, in what is now the state of Kansas. This book covers a bloody period in U.S. history (Book Review).

    GEORGE WALLACE: THIRTY YEARS LATER

    By Michael Collins Piper. A tragic missed opportunity for American populism

    THE PLAN TO RESETTLE JEWS IN MADAGASCAR, PART IV

    By Ralph Grandinetti. This last installment concludes our exploration of the real “final solution.”

    WASHINGTON’S THANKSGIVING DAY PROCLAMATION OF 1789

    By George Washington. A holiday message from the Father of Our Country creating a truly American celebration.

    TEDDY ROOSEVELT: AMERICAN NATIONALIST

    By John Tiffany. He was far from being the liberal that he is made out by the court historians to be. An interesting book brings out the real TR, covering his views on many controversial subjects (Book Review).

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