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The Barnes Review, October 1994: Haiti—Paradise Lost
A JOURNAL OF NATIONALIST THOUGHT & HISTORY
October 1994 Volume 0 Number 1
Revisionism and the Promotion of Peace
By Harry Elmer Barnes
Our spiritual mentor tells what revisionism is all about and in so doing describes the mission of the magazine named after him.
The Real History of Haiti
By George Fowler
An overview of the island nation’s history debunks the “restore democracy” crowd.
By Professor Igor Shafarevich
A World Class historian on our misunderstanding of Russia.
By Michael Collins Piper
New and penetrating revelations regarding the case that never closes.
By Col. Fletcher Prouty
About the Israeli outrage; with previously unpublished information.
Hitler, Chiang & Japan
By Frederick Blahut
In the 1930’s, Germany had to choose a major Asian ally. Why Japan rather than China?
A Jewish Holocaust in 1918?
By Irena Zdiarska
Were six million Jews killed during WWI?
By The TBR Staff
Historian Tom Fleming’s new novel Loyalties touches crucial World War II events.
On the Uses of History
By Willis A. Carto
How is history used, misused and abused?
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