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In Quest of Truth and Justice : De-Bunking the War-Guilt Myth

By Barnes, Harry Elmer

Colorado Springs: Ralph Myles Publisher, Inc., 1972. First Paperback Printing. A thorough, in-depth scholarly analysis of the origins of the 'Great War' aka World War 1, by the 20th century's greatest revisionist writer, analysing the personalities and institutions of the time, the drift towards war and those who intentionally accelerated same, the writers and intellectuals who bear their own responsibility for this, the role of major powers external to Europe, and much much more. Author presents a solid case that Germany was no more guilty of fomenting the First World War than were France, Britain, Russia, and other nations - but having lost the war was conveniently scapegoated by 'court' historians to the victor powers and others who found this convenient to their own agendas. Softcover, contains index, publisher's appendix, 423pp. A very nice copy, unused and unread, card covers show a light hint of shelfwear. Very rare.. First Paperback Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$28.00

In Quest of Truth and Justice : De-Bunking the War-Guilt Myth

By Barnes, Harry Elmer

Colorado Springs: Ralph Myles Publisher, Inc., 1972. FIRST PRINTING of the First Ralph Myles Edition. A thorough, in-depth scholarly analysis of the origins of the 'Great War' aka World War 1, by the 20th century's greatest revisionist writer, analysing the personalities and institutions of the time, the drift towards war and those who intentionally accelerated same, the writers and intellectuals who bear their own responsibility for this, the role of major powers external to Europe, and much much more. Author presents a solid case that Germany was no more guilty of fomenting the First World War than were France, Britain, Russia, and other nations - but having lost the war was conveniently scapegoated by 'court' historians to the victor powers and others who found this convenient to their own agendas. Hardcover, contains index, publisher's appendix, 423pp. A beautiful copy, unused and unread. Extremely rare.. First Edition (thus). Hard Cover. Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$45.00

National Geographic Magazine - September 1977 - Vol. 152 No. 3

By Grosvenor, Edited By Gilbert M.

Washington D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1977. This issue: following the reindeer with the Lapps of Norway, Leonardo da Vinci, California's Redwood coast, salt, Africa's giraffes, amber, more. The world-famous magazine devoted to geographicical exploration and adventure, studying places, peoples, cultures, wildlife, flora and fauna around the world. Softcover, to p438, contains photos, maps, period advertisements.. First Edition. Magazine. Very Good+. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$10.00

Who Shall Inherit the Earth?

By Culwick, A.T.

Capetown: Nasionale Boekhandel [Publisher] [Pty] Ltd, 1969. Author examines the behavior of mankind and its future prospects. Front end paper glued to Board - appears the front of the glued sheet contained an inscription and date [visible from reverse side]; staining present on front and back end papers; tail of book show minor indentation possibly from resting shelf edge; 127 pg; dust jacket shows minor wear; dust jacket has small tear in upper edge of spine; dj neatly encased in acid free archival protector; item from private library; . Former Owner Stamp. First Edition (stated). Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$40.00

American Opinion - An Informal Review : July-August 1965

By Welch, Robert, Editor

Belmont: Robert Welch, Inc. : John Birch Society, 1965. Cover displaying large illustration of South Korean leader Syngman Rhee. A right-wing, anti-communist publication produced by the 'John Birch Society' headed by Robert Welch, most issues containing many essays articles on communist activity and subversion, the 'sell-out' actions of the American and other Western governments, studies of left-liberal intellectuals and their role in weakening and undermining culture and society, economic issues and trends, observation of US politics and politicians, guest columns from around the world, discussions of US and European history, the war in Vietnam, communist insurgencies around the world, developments in the Mideast, book and film reviews, much more. Wraps magazine format, 144pp. A very rare collectible from the turbulent 1960s.. Former Owner Address Label. First Edition. Magazine. Very Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$25.00

Instauration Magazine March 1990

By Robertson, Edited By Wilmot

Cape Canaveral: Howard Allen Enterprises, Inc., 1990. This issue with lead story on Anthony M. Ludovici and his ideas. Now defunct, a high-quality magazine devoted to the study and discussion of racial, political, and cultural issues, as well as history in all its aspects, from a 'far right', 'Eurocentric' or 'white nationalist' perspective, often expressing views perceived or accused as being racist, anti-semitic, homophobic, WASPish, and similar. Editor was a former leading member and activist of the 1930s anti-interventionist America First Committee Contains commentaries, reviews, opinion pages, much more. Magazine format, illustrated, 28pp. A very nice, pristine copy of an extremely rare collectible.. First Edition. Magazine. Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$50.00

Inside the Space Ships

By Adamski, George

New York: Abelard-Schuman, Inc., 1955. FIRST PRINTING of the First Edition. An account by one of the early UFO 'contactees' in which the author claims to have been contacted by extra-terrestrials who both imparted to him knowledge and truths on a cosmic level as well as took him aboard their spacecraft for trips to various destinations in outer space. Interesting! Hardcover with dust jacket, illustrated, 256pp., book shows beginning of spine loosening, d.j. has major ship to rear panel and very light edgewear. Overall an attractive copy neatly encased in an acid-free archival protector. An increasingly rare collectible.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good-/Good-. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$35.00

Occidental Quarterly, The - Western Perspectives of Man, Culture, and Politics : Winter 2007-2008

By Edited By Greg Johnson, Ph.D.

Atlanta: Occidental Quarterly, 2008. A race-realist, 'white nationalist' intellectual journal of ideas and thought devoted to Eurocentric interpretations on culture, history, and society, each issue printed in very small numbers. This issue with articles and essays on: why we write, critique of liberal ideology, Israeli power in the USA, rulers and ruled in the US empire, anti-moderns, Abraham's children,, much more. Softcover, 127pp. A fine, as new copy. Very rare.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$35.00

Calculation: Giving Ourselves the Business

By Huck, Susan L. M.

Belmont: American Opinion, 1970. A John Birch Society essay on the easy transfer of American technology, business secrets, and ideas to the communist world, thus undermining and weakening Western security. Softcover, 12pp. A fine copy.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$15.00

Occidental Quarterly, The - Western Perspectives of Man, Culture, and Politics : Fall 2008

By Edited By Greg Johnson, Ph.D.

Atlanta: Occidental Quarterly, 2008. A race-realist, 'white nationalist' intellectual journal of ideas and thought devoted to Eurocentric interpretations on culture, history, and society, each issue printed in very small numbers. This issue with articles and essays on: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's '200 Years Together', the neoconservative mind, Alain de Benoist on Ernst Junger, the racial caste system in sports, taxonomic approaches to race, the global bell curve, much more. Softcover, 127pp. A fine, as new copy. Very rare.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$35.00

Occidental Quarterly, The - Western Perspectives of Man, Culture, and Politics : Spring 2007

By Edited By Greg Johnson, Ph.D.

Atlanta: Occidental Quarterly, 2007. A race-realist, 'white nationalist' intellectual journal of ideas and thought devoted to Eurocentric interpretations on culture, history, and society, each issue printed in very small numbers. This issue with articles and essays on: the John Sharpe affair, contemporary eugenics - interview with John Glad, educational Katrina, Homo Americanus, numerous reviews,, much more. Softcover, 127pp. A fine, as new copy. Very rare.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$35.00

How the CFR Sets Policy

By McManus, John F.

Appleton: John Birch Society, 1990. A John Birch Society essay outling the nature and activities of the Council on Foreign Relations, a quasi-secretive body of unelected individuals which consistently moves American policy away from the Free World;s interests and towards satisfying communist objectives instead.. Softcover, 7pp. A fine copy.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$15.00

Rationing : From the Energy Crisis to Tyranny

By Allen, Gary

Belmont: American Opinion, 1974. A 1970s-era John Birch Society essay on how fuel rationing came to be in the United States during the 'energy crisis' in which OPEC temporarily cut back production for political reasons, offering a view that the US federal government misused the crisis to expand its power and intrusion into citizens' lives. Very prescient and reflective of coming events. Softcover, 16pp. An excellent copy of a rare collectible.. First Edition (thus). Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$25.00

Occidental Quarterly, The - Western Perspectives of Man, Culture, and Politics : Spring 2010

By Edited By Greg Johnson, Ph.D.

Atlanta: Occidental Quarterly, 2010. A race-realist, 'white nationalist' intellectual journal of ideas and thought devoted to Eurocentric interpretations on culture, history, and society, each issue printed in very small numbers. This issue with articles and essays on: black metal, the religious origins of globalism, race realism and academic publishing, the dichotormy of Jew and Gentile, human devolution,, much more. Softcover, 127pp. A fine, as new copy. Very rare.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$35.00

Occidental Quarterly, The - Western Perspectives of Man, Culture, and Politics : Winter 2006-2007

By Edited By Greg Johnson, Ph.D.

Atlanta: Occidental Quarterly, 2007. A race-realist, 'white nationalist' intellectual journal of ideas and thought devoted to Eurocentric interpretations on culture, history, and society, each issue printed in very small numbers. This issue with articles and essays on: implicit whiteness, psychology and white ethnocentrism, reform or secession in the acdemy, niche theory, numerous book reviews,, much more. Softcover, 127pp. A fine, as new copy. Very rare.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$35.00

Clenched Fist: A History of the Communist Salute

By Gumaer, David Emerson

Belmont: American Opinion A John Birch Society essay discussing the history of the clenched fist salute often used by leftists and radicals of all types, demonstrating that it derives from communist usage and in modern times was introduced by the Bolshevik regime after their takeover of Russia in 1917. In actuality it far predates, this, it being originally used as the ancient 'Purim-fest' gesture celebrating the ancient Hebrews' genocide of non-Hebrews - not mentioned in this pamphlet.. Softcover, 15pp. A fine copy.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$15.00

Free Lunch and Boobus Americanus

By Heinsohn, Jr, A. G.

Belmont: American Opinion, 1966. A John Birch Society essay on the easy duping of Americans into surrendering their personal freedoms, falling into a state of entitlements whilst being ever more heavily taxed, and sliding further and further into the grip and control of socialist bureacrats. Highly prescient, especially given today's situation. Softcover, 5pp. A fine copy.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$15.00

Bill of Fare: The Communists are Eating Your Dinner

By Huck, Susan

Belmont: American Opinion, 1973. A John Birch Society essay condeming the US government's shipments of grain and other commodities to the Soviet Union, thus irresponsibly propping up that regime and sabotageing the Free World's interests.. Softcover, 12pp. A fine copy.. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$15.00

Occidental Quarterly, The - Western Perspectives of Man, Culture, and Politics : Summer 2006

By Edited By Greg Johnson, Ph.D.

Atlanta: Occidental Quarterly, 2006. A race-realist, 'white nationalist' intellectual journal of ideas and thought devoted to Eurocentric interpretations on culture, history, and society, each issue printed in very small numbers. This issue with articles and essays on: sexual liberation, Dorian Grey and racial suicide, sexual utopia in power, the BNP and Britain's 'Far Right', numerous book reviews,, much more. Softcover, 127pp. A fine, as new copy. Very rare.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$35.00

American Opinion - An Informal Review : March 1967

By Welch, Robert, Editor

Belmont: Robert Welch, Inc. : John Birch Society, 1967. This issue: cover illustration of famous American aviator, World War Two isolationist, and hero Charles A. Lindbergh. A right-wing, anti-communist publication produced by the 'John Birch Society' headed by Robert Welch, most issues containing many essays articles on communist activity and subversion, the 'sell-out' actions of the American and other Western governments, studies of left-liberal intellectuals and their role in weakening and undermining culture and society, economic issues and trends, observation of US politics and politicians, guest columns from around the world, discussions of US and European history, the war in Vietnam, communist insurgencies around the world, developments in the Mideast, book and film reviews, much more. Magazine format, 112pp., shows very light general usage.. A very rare collectible.. Former Owner Address Label. First Edition. Magazine. Very Good+. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$25.00

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