Albert Camus Might Have Been Killed By The KGB For Criticising The Soviet Union, Claims Newspaper

08/08/2011 10:19 am ET | Updated Oct 08, 2011
  • Kim Willsher in Paris The Observer

When the French philosopher, author and inveterate womaniser Albert Camus died in a car accident in 1960 just two years after winning the Nobel prize for literature, France's intellectual beau monde mourned what seemed an almost freakish tragedy.

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