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Count Cherep-Spriridovich

The Secret World Government or "The Hidden Hand": The Unrevealed in History (1925)

This book is mostly about Jews; it is not against the Jews. These painstaking researches have been made in order to rewrite history "with conscience;" as Lamartine urged, as Washington Irving admonished. The results are presented tO th...

Frederick Franklin Schrader

1683-1920: The Fourteen Points and What Became of Them (1920)

1683-1920: The Fourteen Points and What Became of Them (1920) by Frederick Franklin Schrader

With the ending of the war many books will be released dealing with various questions and phases of the great struggle, some of them perhaps impartial, but the majority written to make propaganda for foreign nations with a view to rendering us dissatisfi...

Catherine Palfrey Baldwin

And Men Wept (1954)

And Men Wept (1954) by Catherine Palfrey Baldwin

 Preface

AND MEN WEPT:- This was the outstanding remark after the Republican Convention, Chicago, 1952. Why did they weep? Did they suddenly realize that unwittingly perhaps, unknowingly, they had been part of the betrayal of their country? Never was there a more flagrant flouting of the will of...

Dan Smoot

The Invisible Government (1962)

The Invisible Government (1962) by Dan Smoot

Dan Smoot's "Invisible Government" deals with "The Council on Foreign Relations" founded by Edward Mandel House, one of the Dullers brothers and others devoted to bringing socialism to the United States. In this book, Smoot reveals how the government controls the national media so effectively that vit...

Nesta Helen Webster

Secret Societies and Subversive Movements (1924)

Secret Societies and Subversive Movements (1924) by Nesta Helen Webster

One of the best books on secret societies ever written. Webster was an historical writer who wrote a number of books on the French Revolution. After World War I she was intrigued with the Marxist revolt, so wrote World Revolution, examining how and why people continue to rev...