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Taschenbuch, 126 pages
Published January 31st 2003 by Junge Freiheit
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Franco-German journalist and publicist.

Scholl-Latour is mostly known about his books about the international politics in which he includes his experiences while traveling over the world.

In 1973 he and his team were prisoners of the Viet Cong for one week.

He describes himself as a Gaullist
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