The Barnes Review, November/December 2005

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VOLUME XI, NUMBER 6


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THE GERMAN CONTRIBUTION

By John Nugent. Most Americans do not realize how numerous a segment of the population are the Americans of German extraction. Nor are we sufficiently aware of the vast contributions both our native Germans and those who live outside the United States have made to Western civilization…

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    The Barnes Review, November-December 2005The Barnes Review, November/December 2005: Of Teutonic Blood

    VOLUME XI, NUMBER 6


    Table of Contents

    THE GERMAN CONTRIBUTION

    By John Nugent. Most Americans do not realize how numerous a segment of the population are the Americans of German extraction. Nor are we sufficiently aware of the vast contributions both our native Germans and those who live outside the United States have made to Western civilization…

    OTTO THE GREAT’S GREATNESS

    By Troy Southgate. One of the most successful of the Holy Roman Empire’s rulers, Otto I laid the foundations for a renaissance of his own. He was one of the few monarchs ever to successfully manipulate the pope, and he turned back the invasion attempt by the then-still-pagan Hungarians. Read about these and many other achievements of this mighty sovereign of the “empire of the caesars.”…

    SECRET EMPIRE’S ANCIENT ROOTS

    By Cushman Cunningham. The author says the master conspiracy that he calls the Secret Empire has roots going back from today to prehistory. This is our third extract from The Secret Empire.

    FREEDOM FIGHTER JOHN RARICK

    By Peter B. Gemma. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II, was captured and escaped from a German prison camp and was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. A lengthy profile of the patriotic ex-congressman and former presidential candidate with the American Independent Party.

    JEFFERSON DAVIS TAKES OFFICE

    By President Jefferson Davis. In this “forgotten speech” rescued from the dustbin of politically correct historiography, the greatest president the Confederate States of America ever had preaches to the choir, and to posterity, on the causes that impelled the Southern states to separate from their Northern brethren and mentions that the Northern states were welcome to join the Confederacy and thereby protect their states’ rights.

    FIRST LIGHTED CHRISTMAS TREE

    By Frank Schmidt. You may have heard the legend that Hessian mercenaries had a candlelit evergreen tree in 1776 in Trenton, New Jersey. however, that appears to be only an “urban legend.” Rather, the first documented use of a Christmas tree in North America dates from 1781, in Canada.

    FDR: JOE STALIN’S BEST FRIEND

    By Michael Collins Piper. If Franklin D. Roosevelt was not a Communist, he was the best “fellow traveler” any Red could have asked for. Thanks to this monster in the White House, such fiends as Stalin and Mao—the worst mass murderers in history—were enabled to slaughter 85 million to 100 million people…

    GOADING THE JAPANESE

    By Joaquin Bochaca. FDR wanted war with Japan and nothing less. Here is how he needled the proud Japanese into the trap of firing the first shot, giving FDR a pretext for war with Japan and hence with Germany…

    IRONIC ORIGINS OF SANTA CLAUS

    By John Tiffany. On Christmas Eve 1822, New Yorker Clement Clarke Moore unintentionally shaped our modern image of Santa Claus. He wrote down and read to his children a series of verses. His poem was published a year later as “An Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas.” Moore gave St. Nick eight reindeer, naming them all, and he devised the now-familiar entrance via chimney…

    RESISTING THE ‘SMOTHEROUT’

    By Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes. Worse than any German war crimes, real or alleged, were the actual crimes of the Allies. But these black pages of history have been smothered out by the establishment. TBR’s namesake set a difficult goal of bringing history into accord with the facts, but the great Barnes nailed it all, from the Holocaust to the internment of Japanese Americans…

    WHEN DEMOCRACY FAILED

    By Gen. Leon Degrelle. Why was fascism, in its various different forms, so popular in Europe in the 1920s and ’30s? The author, as an eyewitness to history, gives an insider’s account of the failure of democracy, of communism and of the promise of—and attack on—fascism. This is chapter two of Gen. Degrelle’s book My Revolutionary Life, translated by John Nugent and available exclusively from The Barnes Review…

    FOUNDING FATHER OF ISRAEL?

    By Prof. Guido Raimond. The unknown founding father of the state of Israel is none other than Adolf Hitler. Under a pact called the Haavara Agreement (haavara meaning “moving one’s household”), the top Nazis collaborated with the Zionists in a plan to resettle Jewish people from the German lands to Palestine, where they would ultimately form the nucleus of modern Israel. So in fact, the “Final Solution” was not a plan to exterminate the Jews in Germany, but to resettle them peacefully in a new locale…

    MEN IN BLACK

    By John Tiffany. According to one author, those black-robed assassins on the Supreme Court are murdering America with every decision they make. Have they no respect for the Constitution? When did this dangerous trend of judicial activism begin? This biting book looks to take a chunk out of the not-so-Supreme Court just as a new Supreme Court chief justice has been approved and a new associate justice is slated to come before a judiciary panel for interviews. A TBR book review…

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