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Edmund A. Walsh, S. J.

Total Empire:Roots and Progress of World Communism (1951)

Total Empire:Roots and Progress of World Communism (1951) by Edmund A. Walsh, S. J.

The Regent of the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University analyzes world Communism, with considerable stress upon geopolitics. The book also contains some notes on the author's experiences in Russia.

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Delphine Slotten

Why did Jacob H. Schiff decide to financially sponsor the Russian Revolutions of 1917? (2010)

Why did Jacob H. Schiff decide to financially sponsor the Russian Revolutions of 1917? (2010) by Delphine Slotten

Abstract

In March 1917, it became “known” in the United States that the Jewish-American banker Jacob Henry Schiff had substantially funded Russia’s revolution and the overthrow of its tsarist régime. Schiff had allegedly done so t...

Foreign Relations

Foreign Relations - 1946 - Volume 5 - Europe (1946)

Foreign Relations - 1946 - Volume 5 - Europe (1946) by Foreign Relations

Declassified documentation detailing the post World War Two situation, including Soviets caught and arrested wearing German uniforms - this is related to the 'false-flag' crimes they committed on The Eastern Front.

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Jacob Katz

Jews and Freemasons in Europe 1723-1939 (1970)

Jews and Freemasons in Europe 1723-1939 (1970) by Jacob Katz

From the Preface

The theme of this book-the relation between Jews and Freemasons-has been the subject of countless books written, mainly in German and French, by propagandists of anti-Jewish or anti-Masonic leanings or by apologists in counterargument. Historians, however, have pai...

Igor R. Shafarevich

The Socialist Phenomenon (1980)

The Socialist Phenomenon (1980) by Igor R. Shafarevich

Foreword by A. I. Solzhenitsyn

It seems that certain things in this world simply cannot be discovered without extensive experience, be it personal or collective. This applies to the present book with its fresh and revealing perspective on the millennia-old trends of socialism. While it mak...