TBR History Hour – Karl Haemers on Hitler’s Rise to Power

On this edition of TBR History Hour, we’re joined by Karl Haemers, a regular contributor to The Barnes Review. Karl has also written for The Occidental Observer and The Unz Review, maintains his own Substack page, and just authored a book currently available from The Barnes Review titled Covert Covid Culprits: An Inquest Chronicle (see my review here).

Karl is back to discuss the September/October 2023 edition of The Barnes Review, which includes his article “Did Hitler ‘Seize’ Power or Was He Elected Democratically?” The answer may surprise you, as Karl explains. We also discuss the lead editorial in the September/October 2023 edition of the magazine as well as the featured story for the issue, both of which dealt with modern “book burning” and censorship as well as a Revisionist analysis of public book burnings during the Third Reich.

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