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Andrew HamiltonEssays

Roger Moore as Simon Templar relaxing with a book. by Andrew Hamilton JEWS NEVER miss a trick, no matter how small, propagandizing and pestering the Gentiles. Recently I rewatched an old episode of the popular British television series The Saint (1962-1969) starring Roger Moore, the English actor…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver APROPOS of my comments in the May issue of Liberty Bell, p. 23, a reader sent me an account of the experiences of a close relative who was an officer in our Air Force and stationed in West Germany from 1973 to 1978. This man and his fellow officers had frequently to fly to West Berlin and thus…
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Were biological weapons used against Germans at Stalingrad? by Mark Weber OF HUMANITY’S many noteworthy achievements and inventions, few are as evil and as horrifying as biological warfare: deliberate, government-ordered mass killing of people with lethal diseases. During the Second…
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Russians frequently cite this alleged war crime as Exhibit A of German brutality during the war. The peasants were subsistence farmers, barely scratching out a living. Burning their homes and barns almost ensured that they would perish over the harsh winter. Now it turns out Stalin’s Jewish
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Loathsome anthropoid by Revilo P. Oliver NOT LONG ago, I noticed that the ham actor in the White House was trying to entertain his audience by reciting some moral indignation about the wicked Soviets. From time to time, one hears the same patter from dithering “Liberals” and high-pressure…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Chiang Kai-shek by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS A MATTER of common knowledge that the United States, after using the Nationalist government of China as an ally in the war against Japan, by an act of blackest treachery turned China over to the Communists. The infamous traitor, General George Catlett Marshall,…
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JOSIF Dyadkin was a Russian geophysicist who languished for years in a Gulag. It is he who researched a study that found between 43.3 and 52.1 million people died in the Soviet Union between 1928 and 1954 — 20 million in World War II, 14.7 million in slave labor camps, 10 to 16 million during the engineered…
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In the middle of the Cold War by Rainer Chlodwig von K. ONE OF THE lesser-known elements of the story of Israel’s false-flag attack on the USS Liberty on the afternoon of June 8, 1967, is that the survivors aboard the ravaged vessel floated in uncertainty all through that night – 34 of them having been killed…
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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom THIS WEEK MARKS two milestones in American history: the 60th anniversary of D-Day and the death of Ronald Reagan. With us to discuss these issues today is one of the most incisive historical minds our nation has produced, the courageous researcher, scholar, and publisher,…
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by Friedrich Romig Editor’s Note: We at National Vanguard do not endorse all of the opinions or terminologies used in this review from the Visegrad Post, but we do find it a significant example of new thinking in Europe. The recognition that domination by (Jewish-controlled, though the author…
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