The Barnes Review, November/December 2011

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VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 6


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WHO KILLED JOSEF STALIN—AND WHY?

By Daniel W. Michaels. Few people on Earth were sorry to see him gone, the biggest mass-murdering genocider in history. But who exactly rid Russia of this monster? Turns out it was not just Soviet insiders…

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    The Barnes Review, November-DecemberThe Barnes Review, November/December 2011: Who Killed Josef Stalin—And Why?

    VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 6


     Table of Contents


     WHO KILLED JOSEF STALIN—AND WHY?

    By Daniel W. Michaels. Few people on Earth were sorry to see him gone, the biggest mass-murdering genocider in history. But who exactly rid Russia of this monster? Turns out it was not just Soviet insiders…

    THE SECRET DIARIES OF HITLER’S DOCTOR

    By Dr. Greg Johnson. Few of a man’s associates have the same insight into him as his personal doctor. After being lost for many decades, the secret diaries of Adolf Hitler’s physician surfaced and have significant things to tell the world about the German leader…

    THE GERMAN-AMERICAN VOLKSBUND

    By Marc Roland. Few Americans today have even heard of the German-American Bund. It was neither foreign nor imitative but promoted respect for the Constitution and the American way of life…

    SAVITRI DEVI—HER TRUE LEGACY

    By William White. She has been called a priestess of Hitlerism, but really Savitri Devi was more in the nature of a philosopher and true believer. Strange as it may seem, her platonic marriage to another true national socialist got her in hot water with many right wingers…

    YAMASHITA’S SECRET GOLD HOARD

    By John Tiffany. Very possibly the biggest heist in world history was Japan’s rip-off of most of the treasure in Asia—some of it belonging to European powers. It was intended for the emperor and his family. A goodly portion of the treasure wound up in the hands of the CIA and was used to alter world events…

    MAINSTREAM REFUTES REVISIONISTS?

    By Anonymous. The best the establishment can come up with to prove their holocaust theories are historians Gunter Morsch and Bertrand Perz, who wrote what is supposed to be the definitive book debunking Revisionism. Sadly for them, their book was a flop…

    THE CASE OF SYLVIA STOLZ

    By Margaret Huffstickler. Here’s a short piece describing why attorney Sylvia Stolz was censored and locked up by the German government for trying to defend her politically incorrect client, Ernst Zündel…

    AN INTERVIEW WITH SYLVIA STOLZ

    By Margaret Huffstickler. Some are calling her the German Joan of Arc. Others a troublemaker. Here TBR sits down with Sylvia Stolz and sets the record straight…

    WHO WAS ZARATHUSTRA?

    By Dr. Revilo Oliver. This Aryan savior founded what is arguably the most influential religion started by one man, the prototype of Christianity in ways. He even invented a new god to go with his new religion. Zoroastrianism inspired multitudes, including Cyrus the Great…

    ELECTRICAL MYSTERIES OF THE PYRAMIDS

    By Frank Joseph. An original thinker who happens to be an expert engineer has a mind-boggling theory about the Great Pyramid of Giza. Is it possible the gigantic monument was designed not as a tomb but as a power plant? Don’t scoff until you have read this story on Christopher Dunn’s remarkable new theory…

    THE WILLIAM MORGAN MURDER SCANDAL

    By Peter Papaherakles. It is half forgotten by nearly all, but the whole nation was rocked in the early 19th century when Freemasons murdered one of their own who wanted to tell their secrets to the outside world. The scandal changed the face of American history until the Masons succeeded in covering it up…

    THE “OTHER ALAMO”—GOLIAD

    By Mark Anderson. Everyone knows the saga of the Alamo, but another battle and massacre of Texans, even worse than that one, took place not far away, 175 years ago. After you read Mark Anderson’s story you are sure to “Remember La Bahia.” …

    Featured in this issue: Personal from the Editor · Editorial: Remembering Dec. 7 · Savitri Devi’s husband · The “Tiger of Malaysia” · History You May Have Missed · Cyrus the Great’s great tolerance · Weed’s Anti-Masonic Party · Publisher’s prescient 1935 warning · Mesoamerica’s bloody history · The populist and the commissar · Letters to the Editor

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