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EIR Releases Booklength Report:
'The True Story Behind the Fall of the House of Windsor'

Sept. 29 (EIRNS)--Executive Intelligence Review magazine's Counterintelligence editor Jeffrey Steinberg described the contents of the weekly's latest Special Report, "The True Story Behind the Fall of the House of Windsor," as constituting "essential combat manuals for the war which must be fought to save civilization." Steinberg wrote the Letter of Transmittal which introduces the assembled reprint of EIR's 1994-97 exposes of the Windsors.

The immediate impetus for EIR's decision to assemble its ongoing work, beginning with its groundbreaking issue of Oct. 28, 1994, featuring "The Coming Fall of the House of Windsor," was the Aug. 31 murder of Diana, Princess of Wales. As an Epilogue in the newly printed Special Report, EIR included its cover story of Sept. 12, 1997, "Can the House of Windsor Survive Diana's Death?"

In his letter, Steinberg summarized the three studies and how they have shaped the global battle against the oligarchy to restore "the republican ideas of the Italian Renaissance and its offspring, the modern nation-state, which were forged in the centuries-long struggle against feudal bestiality."

"Beginning with the Oct. 28, 1994 issue of Executive Intelligence Review, which featured 'The Coming Fall of the House of Windsor,' EIR has been both the chief source for intelligence on the troubles of the British monarchy, and a major player in creating those troubles. The analysis of the role of Prince Philip within the Club of the Isles, which was presented by founding editor Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., in that issue, became the basis for a series of documentary studies which showed the pivotal role of the British monarchy in creating the environmentalist movement, the terrorist international, and a series of geopolitical conflicts around the globe.

"This issue of EIR was circulated broadly throughout the world," Steinberg continued, "becoming a political weapon in the hands of many of those who are in mortal combat with the monarchy.

"EIR followed up the first study with its May 24, 1996 issue, devoted entirely to profiling the global British Empire: 'The Sun Never Sets on the New British Empire.'

"The third study in the series, published Aug. 22, 1997 under the title 'Britain's "Invisible" Empire Unleashes the Dogs of War,' provided even more extensive documentation of the ongoing war which the British Empire is waging to seize the mineral wealth of the planet, and to destroy that nation-state uniquely capable of stopping the Empire's designs: the United States."

The 224-page report can be ordered from EIR News Service, P.O. Box 17390, Washington, D.C. 20041-0390. Order number EIR 97-004.



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