The Elser Agreement by Paul Darby

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The Elser Agreement captures the tumultuous events leading to Germanys Blitzkrieg over Poland on September 1, 1939. Ultra secret Nazi plans include bombing Munichs famed Burgerbrauber hall where the Fuehrer, Adolf Hitler, is scheduled to speak on November 8th.In a drama that smolders with the passions of romance and vengeance, Andre, an American journalist assigned to Berlin, knows he high-ranking Nazi officers behind the bombing plan. They are the brothers Rathenow, rogue barons who have sold their titles and their honor to the Nazi Reich. While Andre uncovers their secrets issued by the German High Command, he falls in love with the Rathenows beautiful cousin, the countess Kristiana von Moritzburg, who hates the Nazis. But their love is betrayed by the treacherous handsome Teutons, who arrange to send Andre into oblivion at Dachau.At the infamous camp, Andre meets cell mate Georg Elser, a man from Munich. They conspire to alter the agreement Elser makes with Hitlers number two man, Heinrich Himmler, to build the bomb to blow up the Burgerbrau. Together, they plot to be certain that Hitler is killed there on November 8. They are determined that Hitler must die, and that the Third Reich must fall.
 

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Published December 29, 2000 by iUniverse. 288 pages
Genres: War, Literature & Fiction, History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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