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The Hitler Diaries: Fakes that Fooled the World by Charles Hamilton

Gerd Heidemann, a journalist, explained to other reporters that – via Martin Bormann – he had found Hitler’s personal diaries, lost since 1945.  In April, 1982, the editors-in-chief at Stern magazine learned that far more than twenty-seven diaries existed. The … Continue reading

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Review: The Plot Against America by Philip Roth

I bought a copy of this novel for no better reason than Philip Roth is a name that keeps coming up as a … what’s that word? – ‘comparator’ on TV, radio and podcasted review shows. ‘How does it compare … Continue reading

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