The Suicide Exhibition: The Never War (Never War, Book 1) by Justin Richards

By Justin Richards

Never conflict, ebook 1

WEWELSBURG citadel, 1940.

The German struggle computer has woken an historic chance - the alien Vril and their Ubermensch have again. final Victory within the struggle for Europe is now in the Nazis' grasp.


Foreign workplace hassle shooter man Pentecross has stumbled right into a conspiracy past his imagining - a mystery conflict being waged within the shadows opposed to a bad enemy.

The conflict for Europe has simply develop into the struggle for humanity.

This is The Thirty-Nine Steps crossed with Indiana Jones and Quatermass. Justin Richards has a really credible take hold of of the period's background and has reworked it right into a groundbreaking exchange fact mystery.

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The farming community, whose eldest sons were in a reserved occupation, provided perhaps the largest pool of volunteers. One farmer’s son, Geoffrey Morgan-Jones from Herefordshire, was told that their job was to be ‘a bloody nuisance to Jerry’. Others such as senior scouts and gamekeepers were picked, and even known poachers were considered. The Patrol sergeants were local, respected men and each county was under the control of an Intelligence Officer. qxd 6/3/09 08:53 Page 41 best known of these was Peter Fleming, brother of the novelist Ian Fleming, who established patrols in Kent in 1940.

Lakes, rivers and reservoirs were also attended to: in 1940, Luftwaffe seaplanes had used them as convenient points from which to off-load troops in the seizure of Rotterdam’s bridges. Anti-aircraft weaponry The devastating, pinpoint attacks by the Junkers Ju 87 Stuka in the campaigns in western Europe in 1940 had brought home the need for the defence of vulnerable sites, such as wireless or power stations, by light anti-aircraft (LAA) weapons. Britain did not possess an adequate number of LAA guns before the war: attempts to purchase Breda 20mm guns from Italy came to nought in 1940 when Italy entered the war on Germany’s side.

Others would come from the Commonwealth and Dominions, the US and Eire. qxd 6/3/09 08:53 Page 49 had invasion taken place. A massive contribution was made by Polish and also Czech pilots during the Battle of Britain. In 1940 and 1941 Polish troops played a vital part in the construction and guarding of the anti-invasion defences of eastern Scotland. The contributions of the men and women from Norway, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Yugoslavia and Greece were significant, too. The arrival of US forces from 1942 onwards marked a turning point in the war and the recognition that Britain’s darkest days were coming to a close.

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