Morton is known for his somewhat dramatic writing style, and some reviewers have questioned his interpretations of certain letters and documents. Morton makes heavy use of the infamous, once-hidden Marberg file, as well as the personal correspondence of various royalty, political figures, and top-ranking military personnel across Britain, Russia, Germany, and the United States. While some of his suppositions may be a bit on the fantastical side, this particular version of a history marred by conspiracy is still an intriguing read.
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