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Ladislas Farago

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Holocaust Remembrance Day and UN Chief Ban Ki Moon's cowardly act
Ladislas Farago, Palestine at the Crossroads (New York: Putnam 1937) p17. "So far from being persecuted, the Arabs have crowded into the country and multiplied till their. population has increased more than even all world Jewry could lift up the Jewish ...
An Interview With CIA Spies: The Susskind Open End File
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) section of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) hosts the transcript of a 1965 interview with three US spies that the CIA kept on file.
The Hunt for Mengele's Suitcase
Ladislas Farago, a bestselling author of books such as Patton and The Game of the Foxes, called John "one of the most resourceful and courageous reporters on the trail of fugitive Nazis." So he completely caught my attention when he claimed to not only ...
'Nazi hideout' in the jungle: why the discovery is more fiction than fact
The Bormann story is based on files sold by Argentinian police officers to Hungarian historian Ladislas Farago in the 1970s, but those files are widely held to be fakes.
'Patton' is a magnificent monument to a hero: 1970 review
His material came from General Bradley's autobiography, “A Soldier's Story” and from Ladislas Farago's biography, “Patton: Ordeal and Triumph.” Bradley and General Paul D. Harkins served as technical advisors.

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