The Barnes Review, September 1997: A Tribute to Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes
VOLUME III, NUMBER 9
Table of Contents
A TRIBUTE TO DR. HARRY ELMER BARNES
In this issue, as we prepare to enter our fourth year of publication, TBR salutes Harry Elmer Barnes by offering readers his own insights into Roosevelt’s drive to war. Our namesake may have done more than any other figure in public life to set straight the record of this century’s blunders and misdeeds.
WHO REALLY ENGAGED IN THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE?
A TBR contributor who has in the past opened eyes with his stories on black slaveholders and black support for the Confederacy now takes an in-depth look at the slave trade in Africa, as practiced by blacks, Europeans, Arabs and other races.
JFK ASSASSINATION CONSPIRACY—FACT, NOT FICTION
A European reporter with a wide range of sources at the time of the JFK murder relates the conspiracy as viewed by foreign sources.
THE SECRET IDENTITY OF THE “PLUMED SERPENT”
Strong evidence exists that the Aztecs’ sun god was actually a Caucasian Buddhist monk, who might have hailed from Afghanistan or farther east.
BLOOD AT BUSHY RUN
A look at the first serious Indian uprising, in which a number of tribes joined forces against European colonists.
THE DOOMED SURVIVORS OF THE U.S.S. ROBALO
Four crewmen survived the sinking of the submarine Robalo, escaped to safety among friendly Filipinos, and were then betrayed to the Japanese.
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