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Originally posted by Exuberant1
Try The Mare's Nest by David Irving.
It is based on true facts.
To ease their position, I decided to write a book about one of RAF Bomber Command's most successful operations, the August 1943 strike against Hitler's secret rocket plant at Peenemünde, on the Baltic coast. Of the legitimacy of this particular attack there could be no question. I had read Roy Harrod's The Prof, a biography of the late Lord Cherwell (one of the few figures I most hope to meet in the afterlife: a fascinating character in Churchill's entourage), and I asked Nuffield College, at Oxford University, if I could use the Prof.'s papers.
The Librarian seemed to have been unfamiliar with their content; he gave me the key to the basement room and steel cupboards, with the memorable words: "We close at five." The cupboards were filled with top secret Cabinet records, Defence Committee minutes, correspondence with Churchill, and Lord Cherwell's own dossiers on TUBE ALLOYS (Britain's wartime Manhattan atomic project) ....
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Originally posted by ThrowCatsAtCacti
Ok I'm looking for a printed book avaliable for sale online that is about nazi conspiracies.. Particually anything to do with Antartica/Lake Vostok, secret technologies or the death of Hitler.. But anything is good.
I posted a similar thread yesterday and thankyou everyone who helped,
but I needed a book that I would be compelled to read and I know something like this will do the trick.
Im going on holiday and am not letting myself take technology.
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