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The Red Fog Over America

By: Carr, William Guy

Price: $750.00

Publisher: Canada, National Federation of Christian Laymen: 1955

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 238A7633

Condition: Good


226 pages including index. Rare surviving first edition copy of this classic conspiracy work. "Because knowledge is necessary to inspire action we make facts known which we hope will activate citizens, and cause them to take strong, determined, measures in accordance with our Constitution and Laws, which will put an end to all phases of the international conspiracy, and bring all conspirators before the bar of justice." - from inside front cover. "Published because we are convinced that an international conspiracy is in operation for the purpose of destroying our national and re... View more info

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The Red Fog Over America

By: Carr, William Guy

Price: $495.00

Publisher: Canada, National Federation of Christian Laymen: 1957

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 328C5862

Condition: Fair


280 pages. Detailed index. Recommended reading list. This author recommended by USAF Brigadier General Ben Partin (Ret.) who rose to fame with his conclusive proof that the official version of events in Oklahoma City could not possibly have resulted in the destruction of the Alfred P. Murrah Building. The publishers were "...Convinced that an international conspiracy is in operation for the purpose of destroying our national and religious institutions in America." - from Foreward. Average wear to red card covers. Partial lean to spine. Binding intact. Unmarked. A sound copy. S... View more info

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Pawns in the Game

By: Carr, William Guy

Price: $295.00

Publisher: USA, Publisher Not Stated: 1970

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 426H4375

Condition: Good


xxi, [1], 193, [7], pages. Index. Glossary. This undated reprint of the 1955 first edition appears to be circa 1970. Includes a lengthy new Introduction by Carr dated 1958 and endorsements by prominent men on page 192. "... Published to expose the ramifications of the International Conspiracy which was originated by a small group of wealthy and influential men in 1773 for the purpose of ultimately obtaining undisputed control of the wealth, natural resources, and manpower of the entire world... Explains how the continuity of their Long Range Plan was assured by appointing their succes... View more info

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Pawns in the Game

By: Carr, William Guy; Herridge, A. (Foreword)

Price: $1,500.00

Publisher: Toronto, Canada, National Federation of Christian Laymen: 1955

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 328H4451

Condition: Fair


186 pages. "Published to expose the ramifications of the International Conspiracy which was originated by a small group of wealthy and influential men in 1773 for the purpose of ultimately obtaining undisputed control of the wealth, natural resources, and manpower of the entire world... Explains how the continuity of their Long Range Plan was assured by appointing their successors from their own entourage while still alive." - Foreword. William Guy Carr [1895-1959] was a man's man, an English-born Canadian naval officer who described his adventurous early life in seven preceeding boo... View more info

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Checkmate in the North: The Axis Planned to Invade America

By: William Guy Carr, Lt.-Cmdr., R.C.N.R.

Price: $950.00

Publisher: Toronto, The Macmillan Company of Canada, Limited: 1945

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 515H4402

Condition: Fair


[12], 304 pages. 21.3 x 14 cm. Reprint of the 1944 first edition. Seventeen pages of black and white photographic plates. World War II required the United Nations to prepare for the threatened invasion of the American continent by the Axis Powers. Careful study indicated the Nazi timing of this invasion was the early winter of 1941-42. So confident in this plan were the Nazi Storm Troopers that German prisoners of war, landing at a port in the St. Lawrence from England in 1940, were convinced they would soon be released by air-borne troops and armed again to assist in the plan of Nazi in... View more info