• Willis Carto’s BARNES REVIEW hits amazing publishing milestone
By Paul T. Angel
THE BARNES REVIEW (TBR) history magazine rose out of the ashes of the once-vibrant Institute of Historical Review like a phoenix, and has refused to look back ever since. Given little chance to succeed by its detractors in the traditionally liberal mainstream historical establishment—mainly because TBR has always refused to entertain political correctness in its pages—TBR has shown what can be done by a core of dedicated employees on a shoestring budget with no publicity from the “court historians” it embarrasses in every issue. An unabashedly pro-white magazine, TBR now stands poised to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Named in honor of Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes, one of the great Revisionist historians of the 20th (or any other) century, TBR’s first issue was published in October 1994. Since that first issue, TBR has printed 133 more, each one packed with uncomfortable truths that make the professional spinners of history queasy. And this is why TBR’s loyal readership has renewed again and again and again over the last several decades.
The fact is, most tenured professors and vapid hacks in the mainstream media and academia are highly paid to cover up real history, not expose it.
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Currently, TBR is ready to release its September/October 2013 edition. Inside are articles on the authorship debate over the Western literary classic Don Quixote, a true history of the Irish in bondage in the Old and New Worlds (yes, the first slaves in the New World were Irish), the amazing adventures of the WWII German raider Komet, the CIA betrayal of Tibet, Italian philosopher Julius Evola, the medical crimes of Japan’s Unit 731 during WWII, Abraham Lincoln’s message to free blacks in 1862 (a bit of a surprise for many), an analysis of white languages and much more.
I recommend you purchase a copy of the September/October 2013 issue of TBR and see if honest history is something you are interested in. Call TBR toll free at 1-877-773-9077 to charge the $5 cost. I know you’ll really love it—and appreciate the fact that TBR is absolutely unique in the world today and doing a job that no one else dares do.
Paul T. Angel is the managing editor of THE BARNES REVIEW historical magazine and the art and production director for AMERICAN FREE PRESS. He received his BA in Design from American University in 1983 with a focus on graphic design, art history and marketing. Paul invites you to request a free sample copy of TBR—the most honest history magazine in America—by calling 1-877-773-9077 toll free or writing TBR, P.O. Box 15877, Washington, D.C. 20003.