The Barnes Review, November/December 2010

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VOLUME XVI, NUMBER 6


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EARLY AMERICAN CHRISTMASES

By Donald N. Moran. When white Christians settled in North-America, they brought over their traditions, including different forms of celebration for Christmas. Over the centuries, these developed into something quite different…

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    VOLUME XVI, NUMBER 6


    Table of Contents


    EARLY AMERICAN CHRISTMASES

    By Donald N. Moran. When white Christians settled in North-America, they brought over their traditions, including different forms of celebration for Christmas. Over the centuries, these developed into something quite different…

    KING FRANCIS DRAKE IN THE NEW WORLD

    By Gunnar Thompson. When we think of “El Draco,” we tend to think of a famous pirate or privateer who preyed on Spanish ships for the benefit of Queen Elizabeth. But few know he was among the first white men to explore the West Coast—perhaps as far north as Canada?…

    UNSOLVED MYSTERIES OF ANCIENT AMERICA

    By Michael A. Hoffman II. At Bluff Point, New York, near Keuka Park and PennYan, there was a set of pre-Seneca henges and other megalithic ruins, with some of the stones standing eight feet high. This was just one of many megalithic sites that peppered New York State until they were destroyed by 19th-century workmen. Were they—and other mystery structures—built by a pre-Indian race?…

    AMERICA’S OLDEST INHABITANTS

    By Frank Joseph. If you thought Kennewick man was ancient, at 9,000 years before present, you “ain’t heard nothing yet.” Some white folks came from Japan, others from Europe, but they all seem to have gotten here well before Kennewick man…

    FLORIDA’S AMAZING WINDOVER BOG SITE

    By George Kadar. An unusually well preserved cemetery from as much as 8,000 years ago was found to contain remarkable quantities of human remains, with enough DNA to identify them as typically European…

    MEXICO’S SO-CALLED ‘STAR CHILD’

    By Victor Thorn. An odd skull was found in Mexico, and some are saying itmight be that of an extraterrestrial. Skeptics are not so sure. Could it be some diseased child or dwarf? The matter bears further investigation…

    OF DUTCH & FRISIAN BLOOD

    By John Tiffany. The Dutch are amazing ice skaters, and they wear those funny wooden shoes. Why? Because, it turns out, wooden shoes are much better than leather ones for walking on damp ground, which is everywhere in Holland. But did you know there is a lot more to Nederlanders than sabots and windmills?…

    THE 1933 COMMUNIST CONSPIRACY

    By Prof. Ray Goodwin. After massacring millions in Latvia, Lithuania and Russia in the early 1900s, the Communists turned their sights on Germany, using arson, murder and torture to achieve their goal. But the Germans resisted…

    SURPRISING TURNING POINTS OF WWII

    By Marc Roland. You know the old nursery rhyme, “For want of a nail, a shoe was lost” and so on. Real life is a lot like that. In World War II, for example, there were many watershed moments, often involving some “nobody” as the key decision maker…

    ADOLF HITLER’S OPERATION SEA LION

    By Carolyn Yeager & Wilhelm Mann. The second part of our “War Campaigns” saga. As with any military establishment, the German headquarters in World War II had a plan for every contingency. They even came up with a plan for an invasion of Old Blighty. Here’s why Hitler never launched it…

    BRUSHING UP ON THE HOLOCAUST

    By Prof. Arthur Butz. The whole “megillah” in a nutshell. A five-minute explanation as to why any schoolboy should be able to see that the establishment’s holocaust conspiracy theory is pure flapdoodle. Can you spare five minutes for a life-changing presentation?…

    AMERICA’S SECRET RULERS

    By Daniel W. Michaels. American presidents of recent memory may have thought they were running the show but, in fact, they weren’t. Who really runs America—and how?…

    Features: Personal from the Editor · Editorial—The Case for Sanity · The Solutrean nexus · An American holocaust · Ancient German settlement: 32 · Stonehenge’s wooden sister · Mystery structure in Ohio · The Mercian gold hoard · History You May Have Missed · Letters to the Editor

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