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Father Denis Fahey

The Rulers of Russia (1940)

The Rulers of Russia (1940) by Father Denis Fahey


"For them (the peoples of the Soviet Union) We cherish the warmest paternal affection. We are well aware that not a few of them groan beneath the yoke imposed on them by men who in very large part are strangers to the real interests of the country. We rec...

C. E. B.

The Facts About the Bolsheviks: Compiled From the Accounts of Trustworthy Eye-Witnesses and the Russian Press (1919)

The Facts About the Bolsheviks: Compiled From the Accounts of Trustworthy Eye-Witnesses and the Russian Press (1919) by C. E. B.


So many conflicting statements have been made in this country about the Bolsheviks, both in denunciation of them and in their favour, that a plain account of the facts in regard to the condition of those...

Nesta Helen Webster & Kurt Kerlen

Boche and Bolshevik (1922)

Boche and Bolshevik (1922) by Nesta Helen Webster & Kurt Kerlen

Publishers Introduction

On April 26th and 27th, 1922, The Morning Post of London published two articles by Mrs. Nesta Webster, entitled "Boche and Bolshevik," which received wide comment in the English press. Mrs. Webster was well qualified for the task. Her reputation as a studen...

Nesta Helen Webster

The French Revolution (1919)

The French Revolution (1919) by Nesta Helen Webster

Webster's fundamental theme here is that the French Revolution resulted from a web of conspiracies, the primary of which was that of the Orleanist faction. Also involved were Illuminated Freemasonry, the Prussian Court, and English Jacobins. This work is both finely documented and significant i...

Joseph J. Mereto

The Red Conspiracy (1920)

The Red Conspiracy (1920) by Joseph J. Mereto

"This book proves the existence of the Red Peril. We publish it to warn America. We ask the help of every American, organization and institution to put 'The Red Conspiracy' in every home, school and library in the land." - the National Historical Society, 1920.

While "The Red Conspiracy" will a...