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Mundy's Attitude to Nazis

Jul 19, 2006 11:42 AM
by Mark Jaqua

   In case Mundy gets slammed with 
  being a Nazi sympathizer, like Hedin, 
  here is a quote on what he said on it: 
      ".... when Hedin became a 
Fascist sympathizer, Talbot wrote 
to his brother that 'I can't 
understand how a man of Sven 
Hedin's intelligence could 
seriously believe in the tripe 
that the Nazis think is philosophy."  
(TM letter to W.H. Gribbon, June 4, 
1940...) (Talbot Mundy, Philosopher 
of Adventure, Brian Taves, 2006, 
p. 286 in the Notes.)
           - jake j.

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