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K. B. Zur Lippe

Interpretation of the German-English Conflict (1940)

Interpretation of the German-English Conflict (1940) by K. B. Zur Lippe

Extracts from a speech given in USA against US involvement in WW2, Appeasement, bankers, barter, British Empire, Disraeli, economic depression, germany, gold, international trade, Non-Aggression Pact, Propaganda for War, Romania, Rothschild, Russia, Battle of Waterloo, World...

The Duke of Bedford

The Neglected Issue: Some Essays On The Need for Monetary Reform (1944)

The Neglected Issue: Some Essays on The Need for Monetary Reform (1944) by The Duke of Bedford

Preface

Have you ever heard the expression, "barking up the wrong tree" and do you know what it means? It appears to be of American origin and was originally associated with the chase of the raccoon. The raccoon is a nocturnal animal which, when purs...

Ezra Pound

On the Protocols (1943)

On the Protocols (1943) by Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound, arguably one of America's greatest poets, moved to Italy in 1924 and became involved in the newly regenerated Italy of the time. He soon broadcasted from Fascist Italy during the Second World War. His broadcasts were a mix of politics, personal commentary, anecdotes, and old fashioned wit. These...

Anna Rochester

Rulers of America - A Study of Finance Capital (1939)

Rulers of America - A Study of Finance Capital (1939) by Anna Rochester

FOREWORD

James W. Gerard, lawyer and former ambassador to Germany, stated in August, 1930, that this country was ruled by 59 financiers and corporation officials. His list was both too long and too short. For he made no distinction between the much smaller number of actual...