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And even wikipedia seems to have a better grasp of the "speculative" part
on 18 February 2015
Written by a Jane's journalist, this book is a strange thing. You've got a first part well documented, very sane, then it goes to the sensational and not so well founded pseudo-truth. The last chapter, around the Hutchison effect and Hutchison's own life, seems wedged in something completly different. And even wikipedia seems to have a better grasp of the "speculative" part, about skoda's world war II involvement...
I disagree with author's thesis, but there is a trove of information in this book. Use it as a starting point, not as "the Truth".