Red Man vs. White Man: The Seventh Great Race War

By Arthur Kemp. There have been eight major racial wars involving the white race. The first six were: with Attila and his Huns, A.D. 372-454; the crusades, the Moorish invasion of Spain; the trouble with the Bulgars, Avars, Magyars and Khazars; then Genghis Khan and his Mongols; then the Ottoman genocide.

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The era of the Indian wars was an age when the very survival of settlers was at stake. They were being slaughtered, enslaved and mutilated in the most barbaric manner. The author of this piece is the distinguished creator of The March of the Titans, available from TBR. The following is from Chapter 50 of that monumental book. [Read the entire article as PDF…]


Taken from
The Barnes Review, May/June 2009: Red Man vs. White Man: The Seventh Great Race War
VOLUME XV, NUMBER 3


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