Search
Close this search box.

History

Cuba’s Eternal Revolution—Where the Suffering Never Ends! by Miguel A. Faria, Jr., MD

My latest book, Cuba’s Eternal Revolution: Through the Prism of Insurgency, Socialism, and Espionage (1923) has just been released by a British academic publisher. I was invited to write a series of books, including this one, I believe, because the British have become frightened by America’s turn to the left in the political and social […]

Cuba’s Eternal Revolution—Where the Suffering Never Ends! by Miguel A. Faria, Jr., MD Read More »

Book Review—A Wilderness of Destruction: Confederate Guerillas in East and South Florida, 1861-1865 by Zack C. Waters. Reviewed by Robert A. Waters

(Today’s Florida is a tourist mecca, a gathering place for northerners fleeing sub-zero temperatures, a retiree’s paradise, and a haven for the wealthy who wish to flee high-tax states. It was nothing like that in 1861. Florida, with a population of 140,000, had far fewer residents than any of the other states that seceded from

Book Review—A Wilderness of Destruction: Confederate Guerillas in East and South Florida, 1861-1865 by Zack C. Waters. Reviewed by Robert A. Waters Read More »

Conversations on Lenin, Stalin, and Bolshevik Women: Part II—Evil Begets Death by Adam R. Bogart, PhD and Miguel A. Faria, MD

The purges of the Red Terror in the 1930s ended with Beria who replaced Nikolai Yezhov (or Ezhov) and ended the Yezhovshchina. Stalin probably realized that war was coming and, as pointed out by his friend Kliment Voroshilov, he had already decimated the members of the Politburo and the officers of the Red Army. It

Conversations on Lenin, Stalin, and Bolshevik Women: Part II—Evil Begets Death by Adam R. Bogart, PhD and Miguel A. Faria, MD Read More »

Conversations on Lenin, Stalin, and Bolshevik Women: Part I—Power Begets Sex by Adam R. Bogart, PhD and Miguel A. Faria, MD

Bolshevik Women and Stalin—Free Love Advocates? If, as we had privately discussed, Dr. Faria, Lenin was much more of a sexual creature than he is traditionally portrayed by the Russians, why did he have such contempt for Alexandra Kollontai (1872-1952), the foremost Bolshevik feminist who gave her body to any man she found attractive? I

Conversations on Lenin, Stalin, and Bolshevik Women: Part I—Power Begets Sex by Adam R. Bogart, PhD and Miguel A. Faria, MD Read More »

The Mass Executioner: NKVD Officer Vasily Mikhailovich Blokhin! by Miguel A. Faria, Jr., MD and Adam R. Bogart, PhD

In Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar (2003), Simon Sebag Monefiore provides us with a galvanizing portrait of Joseph Stalin “as human and complicated as he is brutal” and chronicles the lives of the notorious henchmen who entered the court of the Red Tsar. Among the many atrocious incidents cited in the book, there

The Mass Executioner: NKVD Officer Vasily Mikhailovich Blokhin! by Miguel A. Faria, Jr., MD and Adam R. Bogart, PhD Read More »

High Noon at the Cold War: The West Faces Down an Old Foe by Douglas P. Harden

The international system is one of danger and uncertainty, a lack of order and constant instability heighten the propensity for violence in the international system. Recent years have provided American leadership with the task of confronting numerous problems on the international scene, among them: a rising economy in China ready to overtake that of the

High Noon at the Cold War: The West Faces Down an Old Foe by Douglas P. Harden Read More »

Scroll to Top