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Freemasonry & Judaism: The Secret Powers Behind Revolution (Martinson Edition) By Leon de Poncins & John Martinson II
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Have you ever wondered: What happened to our kings? De Poncins’ meticulously documented work takes you on a centuries-spanning journey in which you will be shown with irrefutable clarity the... More > hidden forces responsible for the overthrow of humanity’s once honored nobility. The heralding of republics, constitutions and democracy during the last few centuries is no mere accident of politics. When Freemasonry was strong enough, it took the thrones of world powers by force and installed those “illuminated” systems in their place. This work is neither anti-Semitic nor a venture into the realm of fear-mongering gibberish. These are the facts presented in the words of the conspirators themselves. As the book comes to a close, both democrats and republicans will find themselves hard-pressed not to cheer for monarchy! Countless books claim to reveal the whole truth but no other work will open your eyes as this volume presented here with formatting updated for the 21st century American reader.< Less
A Teaching Brotherhood Finds Its Identity: The ‘Secularisation’ Period of 1904-1920 By Georges Rigault
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The Dreyfus Affair in France, which began in 1894 and was not resolved until 1906, prompted a close scrutiny of anti-Semitism in the Catholic Church. In July 1904, a law proposed banning teaching... More > by religious congregations, which took the St. John the Baptist de La Salle Brothers by surprise. Having contributed so much to the development of education in France, they had never thought they would be included in such draconian legislation. The unexpected crisis affected 11,500 Brothers in France, and it was poorly handled by the Brother Superior Gabriel-Marie and his council. Many French Brothers left to teach elsewhere while others dressed as ordinary citizens to maintain Christian education in France. Find out how the Brothers abroad and the ones who stayed in France’s twenty-four provinces confronted the unexpected challenge in this final volume of a monumental work written by Georges Rigault, which has been translated into English.< Less
A Captive of the Roman Eagles By Felix Dahn
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Felix Ludwig Julius Dahn (9 February 1834 – 3 January 1912)... More > was a German nationalist and anti-semitic lawyer, author and historian. He was also known for writing nationalist poetry.Julius Sophus Felix Dahn was born in Hamburg as the oldest son of Friedrich (1811–1889) and Constanze Dahn who were notable actors at the city's theater. The family had both German and French roots. Dahn began his studies in law and philosophy in Munich (he had moved there with his parents in 1834), and graduated as Doctor of Laws in Berlin. After his habilitation treatise, Dahn became lecturer of German Law in Munich in 1857. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Dahn< Less
A Teaching Brotherhood Finds Its Identity: The ‘Secularisation’ Period of 1904-1920 By Georges Rigault
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The Dreyfus Affair in France, which began in 1894 and was not resolved until 1906, prompted a close scrutiny of anti-Semitism in the Catholic Church. In July 1904, a law proposed banning teaching by... More > religious congregations, which took the St. John the Baptist de La Salle Brothers by surprise. Having contributed so much to the development of education in France, they had never thought they would be included in such draconian legislation. The unexpected crisis affected 11,500 Brothers in France, and it was poorly handled by the Brother Superior Gabriel-Marie and his council. Many French Brothers left to teach elsewhere while others dressed as ordinary citizens to maintain Christian education in France. Find out how the Brothers abroad and the ones who stayed in France’s twenty-four provinces confronted the unexpected challenge in this final volume of a monumental work written by Georges Rigault, which has been translated into English.< Less
The Scarlet Banner By Felix Dahn
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Felix Ludwig Julius Dahn (9 February 1834 – 3 January 1912)... More > was a German nationalist and anti-semitic lawyer, author and historian. He was also known for writing nationalist poetry.Julius Sophus Felix Dahn was born in Hamburg as the oldest son of Friedrich (1811–1889) and Constanze Dahn who were notable actors at the city's theater. The family had both German and French roots. Dahn began his studies in law and philosophy in Munich (he had moved there with his parents in 1834), and graduated as Doctor of Laws in Berlin. After his habilitation treatise, Dahn became lecturer of German Law in Munich in 1857. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felix_Dahn< Less
Cacti, Snakes and Bedpans By Susan Baecker Grant
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When twenty-one-year-old Betty Runyen becomes the first nurse at a small hospital in the Mojave Desert of 1933, she has no idea that her life is about to change in ways she can never imagine. The... More > skinny red-headed doctor who welcomes her will become the love of her life, but his love is a prize that proves difficult to win. Her habitual distrust is a stumbling block in her romance with Dr. Sid Garfield, as the young couple struggles with anti-Semitic sentiments in the buildup to World War II. Meanwhile, the local construction workers unleash a string of humorous adventures on Betty, even smoke bombing her new car. Despite everything, she always manages to have the last laugh.< Less
Empty Phantoms: Interviews and Encounters with Jack Kerouac By Paul Maher Jr.
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Empty Phantoms: Collected Interviews with Jack Kerouac gathers together, for the first time in one volume, all known printed, recorded, and filmed interviews—including those celebrated,... More > infamous, or obscure—with the acclaimed American writer and father of the Beats, Jack Kerouac. In many instances, the interviews are transcribed from original tapes and are either unabridged, like the famous "Paris Review" interview in which the journal was excised for space constraints, or unexpurgated, such as in the infamous Northport Library interview, which had been edited to avoid issues of libel and charges of anti-Semitism. Editor Paul Maher, one of the leading young lions of Kerouac scholarship, has scoured newspapers to glean interviews unseen for decades. Beyond his own works, this living portrait of Kerouac isn't available anywhere else.< Less
Cacti, Snakes and Bedpans By Susan Baecker Grant
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When twenty-one-year-old Betty Runyen becomes the first nurse at a small hospital in the Mojave Desert of 1933, she has no idea that her life is about to change in ways she can never imagine. The... More > skinny red-headed doctor who welcomes her will become the love of her life, but his love is a prize that proves difficult to win. Her habitual distrust is a stumbling block in her romance with Dr. Sid Garfield, as the young couple struggles with anti-Semitic sentiments in the buildup to World War II. Meanwhile, the local construction workers unleash a string of humorous adventures on Betty, even smoke bombing her new car. Despite everything, she always manages to have the last laugh.< Less
Four Hundred Humorous Illustrations With Portrait and Biographical Sketch By Various
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Leech (29 August 1817 – 29 October 1864 in London) was... More > an English caricaturist and illustrator. He is best known for his work for Punch, a humorous magazine for a broad middle-class audience, combining verbal and graphic political satire with light social comedy. Leech catered to contemporary prejudices, such as anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism and supported acceptable social reforms. Leech's critical yet humorous cartoons on the Crimean War help shape public attitudes toward heroism, warfare, and Britons role in the world.John Leech was born in London. His father, a native of Ireland, was the landlord of the London Coffee House on Ludgate Hill, "a man", on the testimony of those who knew him, "of fine culture, a profound Shakespearian, and a thorough gentleman." Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Leech_(caricaturist)< Less
Colin Clink, Volume III (of III) By Charles Hooton
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Leech (29 August 1817 – 29 October 1864 in London) was... More > an English caricaturist and illustrator. He is best known for his work for Punch, a humorous magazine for a broad middle-class audience, combining verbal and graphic political satire with light social comedy. Leech catered to contemporary prejudices, such as anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism and supported acceptable social reforms. Leech's critical yet humorous cartoons on the Crimean War help shape public attitudes toward heroism, warfare, and Britons role in the world.John Leech was born in London. His father, a native of Ireland, was the landlord of the London Coffee House on Ludgate Hill, "a man", on the testimony of those who knew him, "of fine culture, a profound Shakespearian, and a thorough gentleman." Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Leech_(caricaturist)< Less

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