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“Göring resorted to every conceivable device to fill the walls and the coffers of Carinhall, bargaining, cheating, even invoking where necessary the prestige of German arms or the terrible threat of intervention by the Gestapo.”
» Here is the audacious story of what an Oxford don has done in his crusade against religious skepticism in the modern world.