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Harry Elmer Barnes
Born 16 Juin 1899(1899-06-16)
Auburn, New York
Died 26 August 1968(1968-08-26) (aged 69)
Malibu, Californie
Citizenship American
Thrift Historian

Harry Elmer Barnes (15 Juin 1889 – 25 August 1968) wis a prominent American historian in the 20t century. A "progressive who haed some classical leeberal impulses,"[1] he wis associatit for virtually his entire career wi Columbia University. Barnes at ane time wis held in heich academic esteem as a reveesionist historian but later lost credibility wi historians bi enterin intae the practice o Holocaust denial.

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  • A History of the Penal, Reformatory and Correctional Institutions of the State of New Jersey, MacCrellish, 1918.
  • History, Its Rise and Development: A Survey of the Progress of Historical Writing From its Origins to the Present Day, Encyclopedia Americana Corp., 1919, first published in 1919 edition of Encyclopedia Americana; The Social History of the Western World, Appleton, 1921.
  • The Social History of the Western World, an Outline Syllabus, New York: D. Appleton, 1921.
  • Sociology and Political Theory, a consideration of the sociological basis of politics, New York: Knopf, 1925, 1924.
  • (Co-written with Karl Worth Bigelow and Jean Brunhes) The History and Prospects of the Social Sciences, New York: A. A. Knopf, 1925.
  • Psychology and History, Century, 1925.
  • The New History and the Social Studies, New York: The Century co., 1925.
  • Ploetz's Epitome of History, New York: Blue Ribbon, 1925.
  • The Repression of Crime; Studies in Historical Penology, Montclair, N.J.: P. Smith, 1969, 1926.
  • History and Social Intelligence, New York: A. A. Knopf, 1926.
  • The Evolution of Penology in Pennsylvania; a study in American social history, Montclair, N.J.: Patterson Smith, 1968, 1927.
  • (Co-written with Melvin M. Knight and Felix Fluegel) Economic History of Europe, Boston, New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1928.
  • Living in the Twentieth Century; a Consideration of How We Go This Way, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1928.
  • In Quest of Truth and Justice; Debunking the War Guilt Myth, Chicago: National Historical Society, 1928.
  • The Genesis of the World War; an Introduction to the Problem of War Guilt, New York: Knopf, 1929.
  • (With Elisabeth A. Dexter and Mabel Walker) The Making of a Nation, Knopf, 1929.
  • World Politics in Modern Civilization: The Contributions of Nationalism, Capitalism, Imperialism and Militarism to Human Culture and International Anarchy, Knopf, 1930.
  • The Story of Punishment: A Record of Man's Inhumanity to Man, Stratford, C., c. 1930, 2nd edition, 1972.
  • Battling the Crime Wave: Applying Sense and Science to the Repression of Crime, Boston: Stratford, 1931.
  • Can Man Be Civilized?, New York: Brentano's, 1932.
  • Prohibition Versus Civilization: Analyzing the Dry Psychosis, Viking, 1932.
  • Money Changers vs. the New Deal; a Candid Analysis of the Inflation Controversy, New York: R. Long & R. R. Smith, 1934.
  • The History of Western Civilization, New York: Harcourt, Brace and company 1935.
  • Famous New Deals of History, New York: W.H. Wise & Co., 1935.
  • An Economic History of the Western World, New York, Harcourt: Brace, 1937.
  • (Co-written with Bernard Myers, Walter B. Scott, Edward Hubler and Martin Bernstein) An Intellectual and Cultural History of the Western World, New York: Random House, 1937, 1941, 1965.
  • A History of Historical Writing, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1938 revised edition New York : Dover Publications, 1963.
  • (With Howard Beck and others) Social Thought From Lore to Science, two volumes, Heath, c. 1938, 3rd edition published in three volumes, Dover, 1961.
  • Social Institutions In an Era of World Upheaval, New York: Prentice-Hall, 1942.
  • (Co-written with Negley K. Teeters) New Horizons in Criminology; the American Crime Problem, New York: Prentice-Hall Inc, 1943; revised edition Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall, 1961, 1959.
  • Pennsylvania Penology: 1944, Pennsylvania Municipal Publications Service, 1944.
  • A Survey of Western Civilization, Crowell, 1947.
  • Historical Sociology: Its Origins and Development; Theories of Social Evolution From Cave Life to Atomic bombing, New York: Philosophical Library, 1948.
  • (Co-Edited with Howard Becker and Frances Bennett Becker) Contemporary Social Theory, New York: Russell & Russell, 1971, 1948.
  • An Introduction to the History of Sociology, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1948.
  • (Co-written with Oreen M. Ruedi) The American Way of Life; an Introduction to the Study of Contemporary Society, New York: Prentice-Hall, 1950.
  • The Struggle Against the Historical Blackout, 1949, 9th edition, 1952. Author of booklets in his field.
  • Society in Transition, New York: Greenwood Press, 1968
  • Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace: A Critical Examination of the Foreign Policy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and its Aftermath, New York: Greenwood Press, 1969, 1953. Available online.
  • Blasting the Historical Blackout in Britain: Professor A. J. P. Taylor's "The Origins of the Second World War"; its Nature, Reliability, Shortcomings and Implications, 1963.
  • (With Nathan F. Leopold, Jr. and others) The Future of Imprisonment in a Free Society, St. Leonard's House, 1965.
  • Pearl Harbor after a Quarter of a Century, New York: Arno Press, 1972. ISBN 0-405-00413-3.
  • Selected Revisionist Pamphlets, New York: Arno Press, 1972.
  • The Chickens of the Interventionist Liberals Have Come Home to Roost; the Bitter Fruits of Globaloney, New York: Revisionist Press, 1973. ISBN 0-87700-194-4.
  • Barnes Against the Blackout: Essays Against Interventionism, Institute for Historical Review, 1991. Anthology of Barnes' previous self-published essays on World War II.

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