Unholy Trinity: How the Vatican's Nazi Networks Betrayed Western Intelligence to the Soviets

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St. Martin's Press, 1991 - Fugitives from justice - 372 pages
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A sensational case that refuses to die, the scandalous story of the Communists, the Catholic Church, and the CIA. Changes our vision of the church's role in world politics over the last half century. "A catalogue of intrigues that makes James Bond look like an amateur".--Morris West. photos.

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UNHOLY TRINITY: How the Vatican's Nazi Networks Betrayed Western Intelligence to the Soviets

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Head-spinning documentation of how Vatican immunity shielded Nazi war criminals from just punishment—and unwittingly aided the Communist cause. Aarons is an Australian expert on Nazi fugitives ... Read full review

Unholy trinity: how the Vatican's Nazi networks betrayed western intelligence to the Soviets

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Aarons and Loftus make a valiant effort to untangle the complex trails of diplomatic and intelligence operations in postwar Europe, focusing on Vatican participation. They document the Vatican role in ... Read full review

About the author (1991)

Mark Aarons is an international award-winning investigative reporter and the author of several books on intelligence-related issues. He exposed Nazi war criminals in Australia, where he lives, and prompted changes to Australian federal law.

Attorney John Loftus is the author of four histories of intelligence operations. As former prosecutor with the U.S. Justice Department's Nazi-hunting unit, he had unprecedented access to top-secret CIA and NATO archives. He lives in Florida. Mark Aarons and John Loftus are the co-authors of The Secret War Against the Jews and Unholy Trinity.

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