May-June 2010 • Volume 21, NO. 5
Adolf Eichmann, “the architect of the Holocaust,” escaped from Europe after World War II and remained hidden for 15 years before being captured. Germany holds a cache of sealed files detailing this history and is fighting to keep it secret despite critics’ objections. Some observers believe the documents would shed embarrassing additional light on German-Vatican collusion on the “ratlines,” an already proven postwar operation to protect Nazi leaders.Following are a few excerpts from the 1992 book Unholy Trinity, written by Mark Aarons and John Loftus, describing this important chapter in German-Vatican history.
Here is how it will come.
Why the November elections won’t do it.
President Obama’s nuclear nonproliferation efforts will lead to another global war.
The America-Israel alliance has never looked so shaky.
The fascinating power politics behind an overlooked coup in Central Asia
Waking up to Berlin’s true ambitions
Not nearly as much as millions believe.
History warns us not to misjudge the resilience of the Roman Catholic Church.
Rising prices are just beginning: Demand is up; supplies are level. Things could get ugly.
A beautiful truth that the divorce industry cannot teach you.