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Historians, in interpreting the nineteenth century, have laid stress on many and various aspects of the period under study; and descriptions of isolated periods, single episodes, and individuals are scattered amongst hundreds and even thousands of books. On the other hand, certain special features of the period under consideration have been, for various reasons, entirely neglected. An example of such...

Wars start when one nation moves into the territory of another; depressions occur when markets take unexpected downturns; inflations occur when prices are driven up by shortages; revolutions start when the people, always spontaneously, rise up to overthrow the existing government. These are the traditional explanations of historical events. Events happen by accident. There do not seem to be any...

Even if you're not an American citizen this is a damn interesting read! Freedom Under Siege -  The U.S. Constitution After 200 Years - Ron Paul's political manifesto, a courageous book on civil liberties and the rights of Americans that are relentlessly under assault from their government. It was written in 1987, on the 200th anniversary of the Constitution, and is back...

David Astle is a researcher who has assembled a massive database and well-argued case for the existence, in ancient times, of an international bullion brokers’ trust, allied with manipulating governments, religions, pantheons and policies behind the scenes for its own benefit and agenda. [vc_row][vc_column width='3/4'] Mr. Astle commenced a sea career at sixteen years of age. During the following years he travelled...

In Greek and Roman mythology, the palladium or palladion was a cult image of great antiquity on which the safety of Troy and later Rome was said to depend, the wooden statue (xoanon) of Pallas Athena that Odysseus and Diomedes stole from the citadel of Troy and which was later taken to the future site of Rome by Aeneas. The...