New Items for August 2004
Added August 8, 2004
BLACKSHIRTS ON SEA
Item number: 1139
S O L D O U T !
The chance discovery of a sixty year old photographic album of "snap shots" taken of Sir Oswald Mosley's British Blackshirts summer camps on the beaches of West Sussex was the inspiration behind this fascinating pictorial record, entitled Blackshirts on Sea, of a long-forgotten aspect of British social history.
There appears to be no shortage of adherents to what is described as the "ultimate creed of political incorectness" as shown by the fact that up to 1,400 could be found under the canvass at any one time enjoying the pleasures of sun, sea, sand and Sussex. Large Size Book Format 12-1/2 x 9 inches
117 pages ----- Soft Cover
Item number: 1137$15.95
First published in 1923, Jefferson Davis, President of the South applies anthropological science to American history. Madison Grant, in his great work, The Passing of the Great Race, has indicated the path; this volume makes the application.
This work was synthesized at a time when all memoirs had been written and documents had become available to analysts concerning Jefferson Davis' life and the War between the States, but before political correctness dictated historical incorrectness be written.
371 pages ----- Soft Cover
Item number: 1138$23.95
Although written and printed just before Byron De La Beckwith's final trial in 1993, this book provides one of the most comprehensive overviews of his life and the first two Medgar Evers' investigations and trials.
The book is written by his nephew, Reed Massengill.
403 pages ----- Hard Cover
Item number: 1111$8.95
Robert W. Whitaker
Robert W. Whittaker has "been there and done that" in the world of politics and education. He has been a college professor, international aviation negotiator, Capitol Hill staffer, Reagan Administration appointee and a writer for Voice of America. This background provides an excellent vantage point with which to analyze the machinations of the education industry in his book Why Johnny Can't Think: America's Professor-Priesthood.
From the book's forward by nationally syndicated columnist Joe Sobran:
As Whittaker reminds us, formal education is far and away the biggest industry in the United States. Americans pay trillions of dollars, in both taxes and private tuition, to have their children indoctrinated in a false and destructive ideology, which serves as the basis for a series of disastrous public policies.
217 pages ----- Soft Cover
Item number: 478$11.95
The Zionist Factor, first published in 1986, is the culmination of Ivor Benson's profound work as an analyst of 20th century history through his thirty years as a professional journalist for leading South African newspapers.
The writer has handled a complex and multifaceted subject by presenting a series of separate studies, each standing on its own merits, each designed to contribute something to a deep and comprehensive understanding of the long troubled relationship between the Jew and Gentile.
217 pages ----- Soft Cover
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