Talk:Hugh Sinclair

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Source request[edit]

I've just been reading the ODNB entry on Sinclair, which states that he was a "convinced appeaser". This is something at odds with our statement about how Sinclair's 1938 dossier "did not gel with Britain's contemporary policy of appeasement". Of course, the reason for this would seem apparent, with the ODNB article written in 2004, and these documents only made available in 2005. But because of this, it would be an especially good idea for us to cite sources. — Matt Crypto 22:25, 22 January 2007 (UTC)

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