The Nameless War

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By Captain A.H.M. Ramsay (1894–1955), the only serving Member of Parliament to be detained under the anti-democratic Defence Regulation 18B during World War II. An avowed opponent of Jewish power in Britain, Captain Ramsay was arrested in 1940 and only released in 1944. He immediately took up his seat in Parliament once again.

This book, written in 1952, is part autobiography and part political exposition. He reviews Jewish influence in British history and reveals the hidden hand behind many dramatic historical events.

From the original introduction: Here is the story that people have said would never be written in our time — the true history of events leading up to the Second World War, told by one who enjoyed the friendship and confidence of Mr. Neville Chamberlain during the critical months between Munich and September, 1939.

There has long been an unofficial ban on books dealing with what Captain Ramsay calls “The Nameless War”, the conflict which has been waged from behind the political scene for centuries, which is still being waged and of which very few are aware.

The Nameless War reveals an unsuspected link between all the major revolutions in Europe — from King Charles I’s time to the abortive attempt against Spain in 1936. One source of inspiration, design and supply is shown to be common to all of them. These revolutions and the World War of 1939 are seen to be integral parts of one and the same master plan.

P/B 114pp