New information gathered over the years from hundreds of newspapers, periodicals, and books give corroborating insight into the connections of the international banking houses.* While researching this material, Eustace Mullins was on the staff of the Library of Congress.
Mullins later was a consultant on highway finance for the American Petroleum Institute, consultant on hotel development for Institutions Magazine, and editorial director for the Chicago Motor Clubs four publications.
The book was seized and the entire edition of 10,000 copies burned by government agents led by Dr. I now discovered that the men whom I exposed in 1952 as the shadowy figures behind the operation of the Federal Reserve System were themselves shadows, the American fronts for the unknown figures who became known as the "London Connection." I found that notwithstanding our successes in the Wars of Independence of 1812 against England, we remained an economic and financial colony of Great Britain.
Otto John This is the only book which has been burned in Germany since World War II. Postal inspectors refused to act, despite numerous complaints from me during the next decade. For the first time, we located the original stockholders of the Federal Reserve Banks and traced their parent companies to the London Connection.
These findings confirmed what Pound had long suspected.
He said, "You must work on it as a detective story." I was fortunate in having my research at the Library of Congress directed by a prominent scholar, George Stimpson, founder of the National Press Club, who was described by The New York Times of September 28, 1952: "Beloved by Washington newspapermen as our walking Library of Congress, Mr.
You may as well forget about getting the Federal Reserve book published.
Rothschild added five golden arrows held in the eagles talons, signifying his five sons who operated the five banking houses of the international House of Rothschild: Frankfurt, London, Paris, Vienna, and Naples. Pound was unable to go to the Library himself, as he was being held without trial as a political prisoner by the United States government. I had no interest in money or banking as a subject, because I was working on a novel.
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Stimpson was a highly regarded reference source in the Capitol.
Government officials, Congressmen and reporters went to him for information on any subject."I then had dinner with George Stimpson at Scholls Cafeteria while he went over my material, and I then went back to my room to type up the corrected notes.