History Articles

Bolshevism Is Jewish - Arnold Leese


By A. S. Leese

THE object of this pamphlet is to prove that Bolshevism is Jewish. Bolshevism represents one of the final stages in the deliberate Jewish programme for World Domination. It is not in the scope of this pamphlet to describe the earlier stages of the programme, in which Liberalism, Masonry and Marxism prepared the ground for Bolshevism; that part of the subject is dealt with in our pamphlet, “The Era of Democracy: the Era of World Ruin,” price 2½d, post free. [Published on this page below this E-Book.]



Communism is not Bolshevism. In Bolshevik Russia, there is no common ownership of land, goods and money; nor is there equal pay for all. These two utterly impracticable ideals have, under the name Communism, been the means through which the Russian people have been duped into accepting something quite different, i.e., Bolshevism.

Dunning: Its Parochial History, with notes, Antiquarian, Ecclesiastical, Baronial, and Miscellaneous, by John Wilson


Extended by W Wilson, M.A., Minister at Trossachs.



THIS historical sketch of the parish of Dunning was compiled by the Rev. John Wilson, D.D., and published in connection with the introduction of water into the village in 1872, as a contribution to a bazaar held to raise funds for that purpose. The edition issued was very soon exhausted, but the book continued to be asked for, and it is thought probable that a re-issue will now be acceptable to many who are interested in Dunning. The main features of the book remain the same, but after a lapse of more than 30 years, new events and some comparisons with former periods invited bringing up to present date, which has been done. Some additional historical information, by the kind consent of the Rev. P. Thomson, D.D., the present minister, has been incorporated from his interesting chapter on Dunning in “Chronicles of Strathearn” (D. Philips, Crieff, 1896). Also by the courtesy of the late Rev. Robert Small, D.D., much of the information concerning the Nonconforming Churches in Dunning is borrowed from his “History of the Congregations of the United Presbyterian Church.” The present Editor must be held responsible for considerable extension, and, for some conjectures in the section on the Architecture of the Church. Other various additions and alterations do not seem to call for special mention.

 W. W.


General Patton's Warning

At the end of World War II, one of America's top military leaders accurately assessed the shift in the balance of world power which that war had produced and foresaw the enormous danger of communist aggression against the West. Alone among U.S. leaders he warned that America should act immediately, while her supremacy was unchallengeable, to end that danger. Unfortunately, his warning went unheeded, and he was quickly silenced by a convenient "accident" which took his life. 

Thirty-two years ago, in the terrible summer of 1945, the U.S. Army had just completed the destruction of Europe and had set up a government of military occupation amid the ruins to rule the starving Germans and deal out victors' justice to the vanquished. General George S. Patton, commander of the U.S. Third Army, became military governor of the greater portion of the American occupation zone of Germany.

Patton was regarded as the "fightingest" general in all the Allied forces. He was considerably more audacious and aggressive than most commanders, and his martial ferocity may very well have been the deciding factor which led to the Allied victory. He personally commanded his forces in many of the toughest and most decisive battles of the war: in Tunisia, in Sicily, in the cracking of the Siegried Line, in holding back the German advance during the Battle of the Bulge, in the exceptionally bloody fighting around Bastogne in December 1944 and January 1945.

Isabella Of Spain

by William Thomas Walsh


This book attempts to tell the amazing story of Queen Isabel of Castile as it appeared to her contemporaries, against the blood-spattered background of her own times. It is a tale so dramatic, so fascinating, that it needs no embellishing or piecing out with the wisdom— or folly— of another age. To probe the inner cosmos of men and women long dead by the light of a pseudo-science, to strip away with pitiless irony all noble or generous appearances, to prize open with an air of personal infallibility the very secret hinges of the door to that ultimate sanctuary of the human conscience which is inviolable even to father confessors— that is an office for which I have neither the taste nor the talent; and if I have fallen unawares into any such pitfalls of the devils of megalomania, I beg forgiveness in advance. Under the naïve rhetoric of the fifteenth-century chroniclers there is ample material for what Joseph Conrad called rendering the vibration of life and Michelet called the resurrection of the flesh, without resorting to subjective interpretation. And it has seemed all the more imperative to follow the sources objectively and let them speak for themselves as far as possible, because, strange as it may appear, the life of Columbus’s patron and America’s godmother has never been told completely and coherently in our language.

Polish Atrocities Against German Minority In Poland - Hans Schadewaldt

"Whereas reason requiers, that those vices, to which any nation dothe naturally inclyne, should be restrayned by seveare lawes, those are in Polonia barbarous cruelty and lubricity, thys last being as common as the first."

From: Sir George Carew, A Relation of the State of Polonia and the united Provinces of that Crown anno 1598.

Let our foe, the German, fall! I, your priest do promise you Plunder, rob, and set on fire! Bliss and joy in Heaven above . . . Let the enemy die in pain; But the curse will fall on him He that hangs those German dogs, Who doth plead the German cause. Reaps reward from God on High

Polish hymn of hate against Germany dating from the 1848 revolution.

". . . They (the Polish authorities) torture those that refuse to confess in so grim a manner, that the inquisition of the Middle-Ages dwindles into nothingness before the sufferings to which the Poles subject their prisoners in and near Vilna."

From: Pierre Valmigère, "And to-morrow . . . ? France, Germany and Poland".

The further you go into Poland, the more you find pillage and murder.

Russian proverb.

"One, however, of the Slav Peoples, the Poles, forms a sorry exception. Violence and intolerance have left their mark on its history."

From: Danilewsky, Russia and Europe.

". . . The oppression of the Ukrainian minority in Poland is growing worse every day. It would perhaps be wearisome to record the oppressive acts, . . . such a record would be of almost impossible length. But there are certain things that cannot be left unrecorded, that must be heard by the civilised world -- namely, the horrible and inhuman barbarities that are inflicted on Ukrainian political prisoners in Polish gaols, and which are part of the war waged by the Polish dictatorship against the Ukrainian minority."

From: "Manchester Guardian" of December 12, 1931: "Oppression of Ukrainians. Methods of Middle Ages revived by Poles." Special Report from Lemberg (East Galicia).

". . . As long as the Poles show some insight, and are outnumbered, they appear submissive and adaptable; but once they have found a weak spot and have gained the upper hand, they become headstrong, arrogant and cruel . . . The unfettered licence in which the Poles live, and their law, which allows all crimes with the exception of one or two to be expiated by money, is the real cause of the fact that, among other things, homicide is very common in Poland."

From the Diary of the Frisian Nobleman Ulrich von Werdum 1671/72.

"Fellow countrymen and brothers, who like myself have had the misfortune to become acquainted with the Poles, unite with me in order to eradicate, once and for all, the maliciousness and falsity of that people. Let all brothers hear, let every echo resound that the Pole knows no law and justice and that the word of a Tartar is a hundred times better than all the treaties signed in Poland."

The Crime Of Our Age


In the firm belief that the truth will arouse them to action. 

Published by the Author




Third Edition Foreword

In the short time of a year this appeal, directed at the conscience of Christians in this country, experienced the third edition. Trusting in the honesty of the seekers of truth, the second edition was mailed out in good faith. The President, the Government Officials, all Congressmen and other key personalities received their free copy.

"THE CRIME OF OUR AGE" brought forth divided opinions. The reaction equaled the expectation. On one side are historians, church and civic Leaders, and the mass of the righteous, who mean to do well to both our fatherland America as well as the raped motherland Germany. They praise the book as courageous, truthful, end honest. On The other side are the unscrupulous war mongers and hypocrites, who lambasted the author with all sorts of names, without being able to refute the historical facts.

The House of Brunswick


The Memoir - Jurgen Graf

The Memoir

Jürgen Graf

January 2001 (written in exile, Tehran)


01    . The intellectual adventure which changed my life
02    . The official version of the holocaust
03    . The revisionist thesis
04    . How the revisionists are presented in the media
05    . Anti-revisionist repression
06    . The simplest argument against the extermination thesis
07    . The evolution of the holocaust story
08.     The Jewish policy of the National Socialist government in the light of the wartime documents
09    . The scientific investigations
10    . The eyewitnesses
11    . The invisible elephant
12    . The number of Jewish victims
13    . Three largely unsolved questions
14    . A brief historical survey of holocaust Revisionism
15    . The last battle