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The Vatican at War: From Blackfriars Bridge to Buenos Aires

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When Pope Benedict's butler began leaking secret Vatican documents to an Italian journalist he was motivated by a desire to save the Catholic church from what he saw as a mounting tide of corruption. Among the issues he felt should be brought to the attention of the pope and the public were the roles of freemasonry and the secret services in Vatican affairs, and the ...more
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Published September 20th 2013 by iUniverse
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Philip Willan is an author and freelance journalist specialising in Italian parapolitics. He has worked in Rome for more than 30 years and is the author of Puppetmasters, The Political Use of Terrorism in Italy, first published by Constable in 1991. His latest book, The Vatican at War, From Blackfriars Bridge to Buenos Aires, was published by www.iuniverse.com in September 2013. It examines the mu ...more
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