‘Pilot’s Salt’: The Third Reich Kept Its Soldiers Alert With Crystal Meth
Megan Garber, theatlantic.com
For a while, the stuff seemed to be “the ideal war drug.”
In 1972, Heinrich Böll won the Nobel Prize for literature. But before he became a writer of novels, short stories, and essays, Böll was a writer of letters. During his early 20s,…
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