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I came to this edition of Mother Jones magazine through a circuitous route: Long story cut short - I was interested in reading a 1987 article by Lee & Coogan in which they'd spoken with someone whom Gitta Sereny referred to as: "The most mysterious man in Europe." One François Genoud who, before his assisted suicide death in May 1996 at the age of 80, was for a long time, the third reich's clandestine banker. A job which - believe it or not - kept him occupied right up until his death, 51 years after the end of WWII.
The article is very well researched and, is extremely well written. It filled in a lot of information for me.. There is also an article within the larger article which, is also well worth the read, called
Lord of The Books. Mother Jones can be proud to have this article in its pages.
I'm also most grateful to Google for making the digitised version of Mother Jones freely available online as it should be, rather than stuck behind a pay wall. Thanks Google.
 

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