Normans: Blessing or Curse?
By John Nugent
In 1066, the Normans—a mix of Viking and French blood—invaded England across the Channel from Normandy and began a ruthless campaign to genocide the Anglo-Saxon inhabitants. Few today, however, know the extent of the attempts of William and his minions to cleanse the isle of its unwanted Germanic settlers.
THE WWII Genocide of the Gypsies
By Santiago Alvarez
A new holocaust monument in Berlin claims that 500,000 Gypsies were executed in death camps by Hitler’s Germany. But what evidence exists to support this claim?
Germany & the Gypsies
By John Tiffany
Why is it that so many European nations have over the centuries passed laws discriminating against their Gypsy populations?
Forensics Report Changes History
By Germar Rudolf
Twenty-five years ago, a little-known expert on execution technologies was asked to investigate the gas chambers of Auschwitz. But Fred Leuchter didn’t find what he was expecting—and then made the mistake of saying so in a series of reports on the alleged Nazi gas chambers.
The Tragedy of the Mennonites
By Daniel W. Michaels
Persecuted by the Communists, many Mennonites living in Russia realized their only hope was to flee, leaving everything behind. Some succeeded in escaping, but for others their doom was rape, death and deportation to Siberia.
Hitler Responds to FDR Translated with an Introduction
By Peter Strahl
In September of 1938, tensions in central Europe had reached the point of war. Concerned, President Franklin Roosevelt warned Adolf Hitler to seek a peaceful solution to the matter. Here is Hitler’s no-nonsense reply to FDR on the issue of the Sudetenland.
Hitler’s Pounce on Prague
By Joaquin Bochaca
After WWI, the victorious powers created the artificial state of Czechoslovakia, carving it out of lands inhabited by Germans, Hungarians, Slovaks and Czechs. Unfortunately, the rulers of the new Czechoslovakian state held little regard for its minority groups, and this meant trouble.
Iran Welcomes U.S. Candidate
By Merlin Miller
One candidate for U.S. president in 2012, and only one, saw fit to visit Iran, ballyhooed in the controlled media as a great threat to world peace. The Persians rolled out the red carpet for Merlin Miller, who tells of his adventure in his own words in this issue of TBR.
Was Meriwether Lewis Murdered?
By Philip Rife
A hot-selling new book deals with the mysterious death of Meriwether Lewis of "Lewis and Clark" fame. Did Lewis, as alleged, die by his own hand, or was itmurder? His powerful enemies had much to gain, and some facts don’t add up.
The Women of Sparta & Athens
By Matthew Raphael Johnson, PH.D.
Why was the status of women so different in the Greek city-states of Athens and Sparta, and did this have anything to do with the fall of Sparta in 371 B.C.? Here are the facts.
Did Henry Ford II Murder Detroit?
By William White
His grandfather, the original Henry Ford, an industrial genius, had taken Detroit and built it into one of the greatest cities in America. But the grandson, no match for his ancestors, is blamed by author for its final destruction.
The Mysterious Stone Faces of Peru
By Marc Roland
Is it just a case of pareidolia or apophenia? Many who have studied the zoomorphic and anthropomorphic rock shapes of Markawasi are convinced these faces and figures were put there on purpose. if so, whose hands carved these ancient stones?
Featured in this issue:
Personal from the Editor · Editorial: Violence in America · The last Anglo-Saxon king · Architect of genocide · The Dogs of Perbal: A lyric poem · History You May Have Missed · Anomalies of Lewis’s death · Israeli attacks against Christians · Letters to the Editor
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