Time to stop trusting paper

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Time to stop trusting paper

Everybody loves a good conspiracy, whether it’s alien invasion or security services’ plots to subvert governments. There seems to be no protection against such fascinations with increased education or intelligence (see, for example, Michael Shermer’s book Why people believe weird things).

Add in World War 2, though, and you have the potential for a best seller. A recent book proposed a theory that Heinrich Himmler, head of the notorious SS in Nazi Germany, did not commit suicide, but was assassinated by British intelligence. Martin Allen's Himmler's Secret War was the result ...

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