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UNCENSORED! Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time by Carroll Quigley is the ultimate insider admission of a secret global elite that has impacted nearly every modern historical event. Learn how the Anglo-American banking elite were able to secretly establish and maintain their global power. This massive hardcover book of 1348 pages provides a detailed world history beginning with the industrial revolution and imperialism through two world wars, a global depression and the rise of communism. Tragedy & Hope is the definitive work on the world''s power structure and an essential source material for understanding the history, goals and actions of the New World Order. THE ONLY AUTHORIZED VERSION AFTER 1ST PRINT.

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Carroll Quigley (1910-1977) was a highly respected professor at the School of Foreign Service at Gerogetown University. He was an instructor at Princeton and Harvard; a consultant to the U.S. Department of Defense, the House Committee on Astronautics and Space Exploration; and the U.S. Navy.

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Peter W. Micus
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Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2019
I have completed Tragedy and Hope by Carroll Quigley. Dr. Quigley researched for this book over the course of 20 years. His source materials were the notes from the secret organizations that controlled financial capitalism worldwide...some with names, others... See more
I have completed Tragedy and Hope by Carroll Quigley.

Dr. Quigley researched for this book over the course of 20 years. His source materials were the notes from the secret organizations that controlled financial capitalism worldwide...some with names, others without.

He was granted access to this information from his personal associations as a blueblood Ivy League historian.

Once this book was published in 1966, his publisher recalled all the printed copies and smashed the printing plates at the behest of the individuals this book reveals in unflinching honesty.

The history taught to us throughout our entire lives is a mere patina of the actual events.

Western Civilization has created all the modern world right now.

The path was forged by very few financial capitalists - loyal to no nation. Their avarice is responsible for the greatest advances and worse non-natural loss of human life in the history of the world.

Their belief in Inclusive Diversity led to the financial seeding of all sides of every issue, every type of government, and each emerging economy, in a effort to gain implicit political and financial control.

The period of this book covers 1860 to 1964 in three eras....1860 to 1895...1895 to 1950...1950 to 1964.

Being an avid reader of history, I found myself researching and often reinterpreting the main turning points of history.

Twice I was so dismayed I set this book down for two seperate months to ponder the often confusing and disturbing implications of his impeccable research.

I do not bother to engage in convincing others of the content of this book. I have tried. So few individuals have the patience to absorb this meticulous information nor the spectrum of wonderment required to believe it.

The term "conspiracy theory" is no longer in my lexicon of phrases, because this book socks the brass knuckled truth into the teeth of every sacred historical cow.

I recommend it to everyone. Read every word.

If everyone read this history, we would have no more wars. Not a single one.
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Mind-blowing and a must-read
Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2017
If I told you it took me more than ten years to read, would you believe me? It''s a very long book! Interminable! I just finished today, after purchasing this book in 2005, and reading it regularly since about November of last year. I kind of wish there were an abridged... See more
If I told you it took me more than ten years to read, would you believe me? It''s a very long book! Interminable! I just finished today, after purchasing this book in 2005, and reading it regularly since about November of last year. I kind of wish there were an abridged version of about 200 pages or so.

At any rate, former President Clinton said it was the most influential book he''d read, and in conspiracy circles, the rumors were always that the author was asked to catalog and organize records of the New World Order. So, in spite of Mr. Clinton''s positive recommendation (that guy''s a clown), I went looking for evidence of conspiracies, and indeed, found them. They''re certainly in there. The basics of it are secular humanism, or, if you will, "civilizing the natives." Imagine a Brit beneath the skin saying, "Wouldn''t it be great if all countries were as diplomatic and as orderly as the British? And if we all accepted English as a common language? And Anglophilism as a basis for modern culture?"

He''s an American, but with strong British sympathies. He does agree that these rich people that run modern Europe (more akin to Masons), are even more secretive than we foil-hat wearers say they are.

What''s more, is that his reading of history is downright insightful. He''s obviously a brilliant man. That is inarguable. Whether he''s wrong about Anglophilism being the way the world should be, or that Western Civilization never reconciled itself with Christianity being the dominant issue that we face (I agree with that one) -- both those are ancillary to the general perspecuity with which he views the world. It''s like he wears x-ray specs.

I found his passages about the middle class towards the end of the book almost mind-blowing. He even predicts the modern climate today in his passages about "Irrational Activism", and one has to remind himself, "This book was written in 1964!" He predicts the emasculating climate of sexism that exists today that, while it claims that sexism exists against females, it opposes any balance with the male gender. As a male, I read many interesting things that go unsaid by our culture. Because if they are said by our culture, they go against the tide of feminism.
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Mimi
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You gotta lot of reading to do Lucy ( In my Ricky Ricardo Voice ) Lol
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2018
I love His-Story, with all the Truth An Lies. Reading this has been a tale of who done it. Putting History in Order can An should be done. Then an only then can it truly be comprehensive. Until then it’s just fractions of half Truths. Anway this is a Big Thick... See more
I love His-Story, with all the Truth An Lies.
Reading this has been a tale of who done it.
Putting History in Order can An should be done. Then an only then can it truly be comprehensive. Until then it’s just fractions of half Truths. Anway this is a Big Thick Book with small words on thin pages.
It does tell a lots of what I’ve read before. Just not in the conspiracy sort of way.
Just more of this is who did it and those who went along with it and how it came to be.
So far not tired. My eyes might be, but not my brain. Read it. An don’t complain. If your looking for a quick read find something else.
If you don’t understand something look it up on the internet or dictionary.
This might make you purchase other books.
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HEAVY STUFF, BUT WORTH A READ
Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2018
THIS BOOK SHOWS HOW BIG MONEY AND POWER BROKERS LINE THEIR POCKETS WITH YOUR CASH. IT GIVES A VIEW OF THE SMOKE AND MIRRORS USED TO FLEECE THE LAMBS THEY HAVE LEAD TO THE FINANCIAL SLAUGHTER. IT IS NOT THRILLING READING. MORE DISGUSTING REVELATIONS ABOUT THE BIG NAMES FROM... See more
THIS BOOK SHOWS HOW BIG MONEY AND POWER BROKERS LINE THEIR POCKETS WITH YOUR CASH. IT GIVES A VIEW OF THE SMOKE AND MIRRORS USED TO FLEECE THE LAMBS THEY HAVE LEAD TO THE FINANCIAL SLAUGHTER. IT IS NOT THRILLING READING. MORE DISGUSTING REVELATIONS ABOUT THE BIG NAMES FROM THE PAST WHO HAVE PAVED THE WAY TO OUR PRESENT FINANCIAL SITUATION, INCLUDING THE FEDERAL RESERVE. IT NAMES THE SHAMELESS FINANCIERS WHO HAVE LINED THEIR POCKETS AT OUR EXPENSE.
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John Willis PhD, Leadership Ethics Online
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Essential Text for People Interested in Facts Beyond Propaganda
Reviewed in the United States on October 3, 2016
We must be thankful for this reproduction of the original. Later editions have removed essential portions. Quigley''s work lays out broad international forces at work in the past, and in the present. He was a brave, conservative scholar. Buy the book, then attempt to... See more
We must be thankful for this reproduction of the original. Later editions have removed essential portions. Quigley''s work lays out broad international forces at work in the past, and in the present. He was a brave, conservative scholar. Buy the book, then attempt to absorb it.
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Timothy G. Mccoy
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Before my background reading I thought this book was going to be too long......
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2020
Now....I''m on page 200 - and I''m feeling like it''s not going to be long enough. I bought it before I was ready to read it. So I spent a year learning about "The Lords of Creation". And also "The Devil''s Chessboard", and The Creature From Jekyll Island". Also about... See more
Now....I''m on page 200 - and I''m feeling like it''s not going to be long enough. I bought it before I was ready to read it. So I spent a year learning about "The Lords of Creation". And also "The Devil''s Chessboard", and The Creature From Jekyll Island". Also about "Unrestricted Warfare". And finally the breakdown of science (peer-review and paradeigms) in an age of hyper specialization (which should be compared to the wisdom of the Natural Philosophers that inspired Tesla, Heaviside, Thompson, Steinmetz, and other ether-respecting electrical engineers that brought us 100% of todays electrical powered transmission technology.
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History as a Forest of Mirrors
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2021
Quigley''s history of WW II, particularly in China, is instructive for how the rest of his book should be regarded. He repeats the Establishment line involving Chiang Kai-shek and the Nationalists: Chiang was inept, petty, and passive with regard to the Japanese, fostering... See more
Quigley''s history of WW II, particularly in China, is instructive for how the rest of his book should be regarded. He repeats the Establishment line involving Chiang Kai-shek and the Nationalists: Chiang was inept, petty, and passive with regard to the Japanese, fostering a regime of corruption that made it impossible to effectively work with his government to fight the Communists. In Quigley''s China narrative, no where does he mention the Davies group, led by communist sympathizer John Davies. Davies was fluent in Mandarin and knew several high ranking Communists, visiting often with Chou En-lai and relaying the latter''s critical assessments of Chiang to Gen. Stilwell and Washington DC, often without any verification of what Chou En-lai claimed to be true.

Nor does Quigley evaluate Stilwell''s (at best) "peculiar" strategic decisions regarding how to maintain supply lines to the Nationalists or mention Stilwell''s Burma catastrophe, all of which served to handicap Chiang''s efforts to defeat the Japanese while dealing with the Communists. In this regard, Quigley refuses to admit that Chiang kept the Japanese pinned down in China, allowing for Allied forces to concentrate their efforts elsewhere. After the war, Quigley''s narrative is particularly noteworthy for its duplicity and mendacity with regard to Gen. Marshall.

Marshall consistently interfered with military support efforts to Chiang''s government. Particularly during 1946 and early on in 1947, when the Nationalists experienced great success against Mao''s forces, Marshall found ways to put the breaks on Nationalists efforts. As ammunition and military supplies and equipment began to fail and fall into short supply, Marshall blocked shipments of needed supplies, while ignoring Soviet aid and assistance to Mao. In 1948, after receiving unwanted scrutiny from Congress, Marshall oversaw the shipment of guns to Nationalist forces. They were priced exorbitantly high and arrived with their bolts and firing pins missing, all at a critical juncture for Nationalists forces barely hanging on. When Congressman Judd confronted Marshall on his duplicity and nefarious actions, Marshall obfuscated, requesting that his testimony not be made public.

Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the US effort in China during this time is Marshall''s plan to create a Red West Point to use US military advisors to train Communist forces -- in 1946. Marshall wanted to train Red Forces, to supply them, and to downsize Nationalist Forces before trying to integrate them. This plan was approved by Dean Acheson, though it never came to fruition. In the end, Marshall (and Acheson) consistently aided Communist efforts while throwing up road block after road block against Nationalist forces. Was Marshall -- or Stilwell -- a communist? Not likely. But at least Marshall may have been part of an Establishment that wanted to destroy whatever was left of "the old world" in preparation for what we would now characterize as "a great reset." The consequences of Marshall''s actions are with us today.

Given Quigley''s self-serving omissions regarding how globalist / Establishment interests "lost China," it''s hard to trust much of what he says elsewhere. Ironically, if Quigley can be said to have a political philosophy at all, it''s not that of Hobbes or Machiavelli but that of Carl Schmitt: He is the Sovereign who decides on the exception --
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Brian M Scott
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A+ For Effort.
Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2016
This is an exhaustive and at times exhausting overview of 19th and 20th century world history up to the time the book was published around 1966. Thorough, clearly organized, lots of names, dates and data to substantiate assertions and conclusions. Mr Quigley even rolls the... See more
This is an exhaustive and at times exhausting overview of 19th and 20th century world history up to the time the book was published around 1966. Thorough, clearly organized, lots of names, dates and data to substantiate assertions and conclusions. Mr Quigley even rolls the dice, as a historian, and extrapolates the main themes of the book to what the next 20 to 50 years would bring socially, politically, economically and militarily. Looking back on those 50 years (I''m 57), it seems to me he got a lot of it right. If you are in grad school and looking for thesis topics, you''ll find hundreds of meaty ones here. His conclusion: "the tragedy of the period covered by this book is obvious,"...in misunderstanding, missed opportunities, misguided nationalism and irrationalism. As for hope, it may seem quaint and old-fashioned, but there seems to be no effective substitute for "generosity, compassion, cooperation, rationality, and foresight, and finding an increased role in human life for love, spirituality, charity and self-discipline." Reminds me of what a man from Galilee once said...
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Horus
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Puts a dent in the coffee table...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 5, 2020
This is a huge book, with insights into many affairs you would not automatically connect. A great read, not for the casual browser or novel reader. If you are interested in looking deeper into how we got here, this is one of the books you must own and read.
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Stephen '52
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It''s from an American viewpoint
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 24, 2020
A good read, even if it is from an American viewpoint
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coached88
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Great
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Great real history of how the world works.
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Great book.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 28, 2016
Just started reading this. Really enjoyed the first few chapters. Amazing how accurate a book so old is . Must read for history buffs. and all you illuminati researchers ;-)
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Outstanding read!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 18, 2014
Extremely interesting, research must have been mind-boggling but very well written. Only down side is it''s a heavy read so took a while to plow through 1000+ pages!
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