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 British National Archives victim of Forgery?

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PostSubject: British National Archives victim of Forgery?   Mon May 12, 2008 4:38 pm

Amazing revelations have come light surrounding the veracity of historical documents housed in Britain's National Archives.

It would appear a forger has been at work who has seriously undermined the credibility of the institution. Embarassed

IT began with a letter uncovered nine years ago addressed by a duke to “Dear Mr Hitler”. One of the most extraordinary academic detective stories of modern times ended yesterday when the National Archives, the official custodian of Britain’s history, admitted that it had been the victim of a master forger.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article3867853.ece

Must say I smelt a rat straight off as ex King Edward VII would not have had access to information of the French War Plan anyway - realm of the bleeding obvious to any historian clued up on WWII.
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