The Barnes Review, September/October 2010

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VOLUME XVI, NUMBER 5


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 BENITO MUSSOLINI’S SURPRISING PEN PAL

By Marc Roland. The real reason Benito Mussolini was killed? To prevent the surfacing of letters written for over 10 years from Churchill, some of which offered Italy a separate peace. This correspondence would have been quite embarrassing to Churchill in the postwar world…

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    The Barnes Review, September-October 2010The Barnes Review, September/October 2010: Lady Michèle Renouf in Teheran

    VOLUME XVI, NUMBER 5


     Table of Contents


     BENITO MUSSOLINI’S SURPRISING PEN PAL

    By Marc Roland. The real reason Benito Mussolini was killed? To prevent the surfacing of letters written for over 10 years from Churchill, some of which offered Italy a separate peace. This correspondence would have been quite embarrassing to Churchill in the postwar world…

    THE MYSTERIOUS & DEADLY U-869

    By Frank Joseph. A mysterious something was spotted a few years ago on the bottom of the sea. Almost beyond belief, it turned out to be a long-lost Nazi submarine. In the course of exploring the ill-starred shipwreck, three American divers lost their lives…

    LADY RENOUF’S ‘FINAL SOLUTION’

    By Lady Michèle Renouf. TBR readers are probably aware of the efforts of TBR contributing editorial board member Lady Michèle Renouf to gain freedom for such imprisoned historians as Dr. Fredrick Töben, Ernst Zündel and others. But did you know she recently spoke to a gathering in Teheran that included President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad about a controversial but reasonable plan to solve the Mideast peace impasse in one stroke—in SE Russia?…

    BIG NEWS ABOUT NEANDERTHAL MAN

    By Michael Bradley. A prestigious science magazine has confirmed what daring and prescient author Michael Bradley has been saying for many years: Neanderthal man did not vanish from the surface of the Earth thousands of years ago, but still walks among us—at least in a manner of speaking. The author warns us, however, that we need to read between the lines of the article in Sciencemagazine, if we really want the whole story…

    THE FORGOTTEN WAR OF KING PHILIP

    By Duncan Hengest. “King Philip” was a name that struck dread into the hearts of New England’s Colonists. The war in which he battled the settlers was a nearly genocidal struggle between the Red Man and the White Man for control of the land. And the White Man nearly lost that struggle. There are lessons for today in all of this…

    VIGNETTES FROM THE U.S. ‘CIVIL’ WAR

    By Elbert L. Watson. A well-known historian brings you a potpourri of little-known yet remarkable stories and facts from the most tragic war in America’s history. For example, did you ever hear of the Union general who fought the Mormons, the Navahos, rioting New York Irishmen—and also took the surrender of two Southern armies? If you are looking for a few surprises, you’ll want to read this…

    PAT BUCHANAN & THE HOLOCAUST

    Open Letter From Jürgen Graf. Switzerland’s leading Revisionist and patriot, Jürgen Graf, who now must live in Moscow because there is no freedom of speech in his native land, calls upon one of America’s best-known patriots to do even more in the cause of America and to resist Israel’s efforts to entangle the United States in an attack on Iran (which has never done anything to harm America). The hour is late…

    SPIRIT OF GREEK NATIONALISM LIVES

    Interview With Nikolaos Michaloliakos. TBR’s Peter Papaheraklis talks with the man at the center of the current upheaval in Greece, the ultranationalist leader of the Golden Dawn political movement. Nikos Michaloliakos turns out to be the sort of populist leader every land could use…

    NEW LOOK AT THE ERA OF THE GREEK JUNTA

    By M. Raphael Johnson, PH.D. In America, the man in the street, if he knows anything about it at all, is led to believe the rule of the colonels in recent Greek history was a terrible time. Well, it was—if you were a Communist in Greece. But for regular folks, Dr. Johnson informs us, it was a good time to be living in Greece, certainly better than today…

    HISTORY FROM A RUSSIAN PERSPECTIVE

    By Daniel W. Michaels. Russian politician and diplomat Yevgeny Maksimovich Primakov is also a writer whose works are worth reading for those who want to understand the real world. Primakov in his books takes you behind the scenes and gives you the Russian insider’s view of recent historical developments…

    Cover: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the gutsy Iranian president, and Lady Michele Renouf of the TBR editorial board pose for a picture after Renouf was asked to make an impromptu address in Teheran at the presidential headquarters. This followed her address several weeks earlier on the same subject to the House of Lords in London, England. She urges the Jews of Israel to move out of the Palestinian homeland and to the Jewish autonomous region of Birobidzhan, southeast Russia—a place where Yiddish is the official language and ethnically and culturally the vast majority of today’s Israeli folk more naturally belong.

    Features: Personal from the Editor · Editorial: “Inconvenient Facts” · The Decima Flottiglia MAS · Neanderthal could speak quite well · History You May Have Missed · Joseph Shelby: undefeated Rebel · The “Mud March” of Gen. Burnside · The Greek debt crisis · Letters to the Editor · TBR uncensored products

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