TBR History Hour – Karl Haemers on National Socialism in America, 1980s-2000s

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, maintains his own Substack page, and just authored a book currently available from The Barnes Review titled Covert Covid Culprits: An Inquest Chronicle. Karl is back to discuss the July/August 2023 edition of The Barnes Review, which features part three of his four-part article series dealing with the history of National Socialism in America. Karl and I begin by discussing some of the featured stories in the latest issue of the magazine before focusing on his article, which analyzes some of the prominent individuals and organizations aligned with National Socialism active in the 1980s up until the early 2000s.

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