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Bacque, James (ang.) - (fr.)
Barnes, Harry E. (ang.)
Benson, Ivor (ang.)
Britton, Frank L. (ang.)
Butz, Arthur R. (ang.) - (fr.)
Clark, Veronica (ang.) - (articles)
Coughlin, Charles E. (ang)
Degrelle, Léon (fr.) - (ang.)
Delaisi, Francis (fr.)
De Shishmareff, Paquita alias "L. Fry" (ang.) - (fr)
De Zayas, Alfred-Maurice (ang.)
Dilling, Elizabeth (ang.)
Finkelstein, Norman (ang.) - (fr)
Fried, Albert (ang.)
Graf, Jürgen (ang.) - (fr.)
Hedesheimer, Don (ang.)
Horowitz, Elliott (ang.)
Juchem, Wolfgang (ang.)
Keeling, Ralph Franklin (ang)
Leese, Arnold S. (ang.)
Lundberg, Ferdinand (ang.)
MacDonogh, Giles (ang.)

Petras, James (ang.)
Piper, Michael Collins (ang.)
Pool, James and Suzanne (ang.)
Porter, Carlos W. (ang.) - (fr.)
Pound, Ezra (ang.)
Le Protocole - The Protocol
Rudolf, Germar (ang.)
Russo, Gus (ang.)
Sack, John (ang.)
Sniegoski, Stephen (ang.) - (fr.) (ang.) - (fr.)
Walendy, Udo (ang.) - (fr.)
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Reckless Rites: Purim and the Legacy of Jewish Violence - (intro-pdf), by Eliott Horowitz (Princeton Press)

THE POWER BEHIND SARAH PALIN, by M.C. Piper (American Free Press)

Jewish Media Control, by M.C. Piper

Revenge of the Neanderthal, by The Barnes Review (edited by M.C. Piper)

La France LICRAtisée, par Anne Kling

Sarkozy, Israël et les juifs, par Paul-Éric Blanrue

La France juive, par E. Drumont

Israel's Sacred Terrorism, by Livia Rokach

Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel, by Israel Shahak And Norton Mezvinsky

The Israeli Holocaust Against the Palestinians, Michael A Hoffman II and Moshe Leieberman

The Zionist Plan for the MiddleEast (translated by Israel Shahak), based on A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties by O. Yinon

Israël, Ézéchiel et l'Apocalypse, par Thomas Römer, pour le gouvernement de Jacques Chirac

Israel and the Bomb, by Avner Cohen

The Fluoride Deception, by Christopher Bryson

The Zionist New World Order, by Terry Tremaine

Inside the Bilderberg Group, by "The Spotlight" (now "American Free Press")

The Jews of Prime Time, by Edmond Connelly

The Money and the Power, by Roger Morris

The Octopus, par Elizabeth Dilling

The Judeo-Russian Mafia, by M. Raphael Johnson, Ph.D

Capitalism and the Jews, by Jerry Z. Muller

America's 60 Families, by F. Lundberg

Populism vs Plutocracy, by Willis A. Carto

L'argent, par Emil Zola

Gold and Work, by Ezra Pound

Les Rothschild, par J. Peron

The Rich And The Super Rich, by Ferdinand Lundberg

Les Juifs, maîtres du monde, par L. de Poncins

The Jews and Modern Capitalism, by Werner Sombart

Waters Flowing Eastward, by Paquita de Shishmareff ("L. Fry")

The Open Conspiracy, by Terry M. Boardman

The Zionist Connection part I, part II, by Alfred Lilienthal

À bas la haine!, par A. Arcand

FREE E-BOOKS, by David Irving

The Sudeten German Tragedy, by Austin J. App

The Forced War, by David L. Hoggan

The Myth of the Six Million, by David L. Hoggan

L'industrie de l'Holocauste, par Norman Finkelstein

La mystification du XXe siècle, par Arthur R. Butz

L'Holocauste au scanner, par Jurgen Graf

Révision 003, par A. Guionnet

The Jewish War of Survival, by Arnold Leese

Discours de Des Moines devant l'America First Committee (après l'attaque de Pearl Harbor), par Charles Lindbergh

La révolution européenne, par Francis Delaisi (1942)

Who Financed Hitler? James and Suzanne Pool

Russia and the Jews: Jewish Communism and Soljenitsyn, by The Barnes Review 2008, editor Udo Walendy

Russophobia in action. Jewish Good Fortune, Russian Tears: Representatives of Russian society demand from the Procurator General of the Russian Federation the suppression of illegal propagation of Jewish national and religious extremism.

Histoire juive, religion juive, par Israël Shahak

L'Azyme de Sion, par le Général M. Tlass

Jewish Ritual Murder, by Arnold Leese

Judaism's Strange Gods, by Michael A. Hoffman

Jesus in the Talmud - (pdf), by Peter Schäfer (Princeton Press)

The Popes Against the Jews, by

Voltaire antijuif, par H. Labroue

You Gentiles, Maurice Samuel

Jews Must Live, by Samuel Roth

Jews, God, and History, by Max I. Dimont

La question juive, par Karl Marx

Judaism Discovered, Michael A Hoffman II

They Were White and They Were Slaves, by Michael A. Hoffman

It was the most deadly and destructive war in human history. Millions were killed, billions of dollars’ worth of property was destroyed, ancient cultures were reduced to rubble—WWII was truly man’s greatest cataclysm. Thousands of books, movies and documentaries have been devoted to the war. There has never been such an honest retelling of the story, however, as the one you will find in Hellstorm. In a chilling “you-are-there” style, the author places the reader at the scene. You will see what Allied airmen saw as they rained down bombs on German cities; or the reader will experience what those below felt as they sat trembling in their shelters awaiting death from above. The reader will view up close the events of the Eastern Front during the last months of fighting and through the mud, blood and madness of combat they will understand how the same German soldiers, who only moments before had destroyed an enemy tank, could now risk their lives to rescue the trapped Soviet crew inside. These and other dark secrets of WWII are revealed. Softcover, 376 pages, #549. This product was added to our catalog on Monday 02 August, 2010. Barnes Review
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PDF - Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany 1944 – 1947 by Thomas Goodrich, free PDF

An excerpt from Hellstorm:
"Suddenly three Russian soldiers came around the corner. They pointed their guns at us and forced us into the house. . . . [W]e knew what they had in store for us. We were separated. They put their guns to our heads. Any attempt to defend ourselves meant certain death. The only thing you could do was to pretend you were a rock or dead. . . .When the three men left the house, I opened the door of the room I was in. Another door opened down the hall and the nurse came out. We just looked at one another. . . . We were nauseated and felt miserable. Thank God there was still running water in the house."