The thirteenth tribe: the Khazar empire and its heritage

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Random House, Jul 1, 1976 - History - 255 pages
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Traces the history of the Khazar Empire, a major but almost forgotten power in Eastern Europe, which in the Dark Ages became converted to Judaism, Khazaria was finally wiped out by the forces of Genghis Khan, but evidence indicates that the Khazars themselves migrated to Poland and formed the cradle of Western Jewry.

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Arthur Koestler was Hungarian by birth, and floated about Europe, settling in England after WWII. His premise, that the bulk of European Jewry, the Ashkenazim, are genetically the descendants of the ... Read full review

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Well, we all know these Ashke(Nazi) clan are fake Khazar Jewsand nothing new. The problem is with the rest of the Western countries and its reluctance to speak up and have some conscious when it comes to supporting and arming this Zionists state of IsraHell, the land of fake Ashke(Nazi) Khazar Jews.  


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Arthur Koestler was born on September 5, 1905 in Budapest, Hungary and studied at the University of Vienna. Koestler was a Middle East correspondent for several German newspapers, wrote for the Manchester Guardian, the London Times and the New York Herald Tribune. Koestler wrote Darkness at Noon, which centers on the destructiveness of politics, The Act of Creation, a book about creativity, and The Ghost in the Machine, which bravely attacks behaviorism. Arthur Koestler died in London on March 3, 1983.

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