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Ezra Pound

On the Protocols (1943)

On the Protocols (1943) by Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound, arguably one of America's greatest poets, moved to Italy in 1924 and became involved in the newly regenerated Italy of the time. He soon broadcasted from Fascist Italy during the Second World War. His broadcasts were a mix of politics, personal commentary, anecdotes, and old fashioned wit. These...

Walter White

Who Brought the Slaves to America? (1968)

Slavery & The Jews

Who Brought the Slaves to America? (1968) by Walter White


The subject herein is a condensation of reference material not available to the lay public. In fact, the history about "the Jews and slavery" has been cleverly and cunningly suppressed these many years inasmuch as it has been an the Jews' 'planning board' f...

Bertram Wallace Korn

Jews and Negro Slavery in The Old South - 1789-1865 (1961)

Jews and Negro Slavery in The Old South - 1789-1865 (1961) by Bertram Wallace Korn

Delivered as the Presidential Address at the Fifty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Jewish Historical Society, February 18, 1961, and reprinted from the March, 1961, issue of its quarterly Publication, with the assistance of a grant from the Rabbi's Publicatio...

Victor E. Marsden & Sergei Nilus

The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion (1934)

The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion (1934) by Victor E. Marsden & Sergei Nilus


Victor E. Marsden. The author of this translation of the famous PROTOCOLS was himself a victim of the Bolshevik Revolution. He had lived for many years in Russia and was married to a Russian lady. Among his other activities in Russia he had been' for...