SS General and Die Glocke
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SS General and Die Glocke

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ISBN-13:
9781483532615
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EPUB
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0
Autor:
Terry Meyer
Sprache:
Englisch
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The General and Die Glocke weaves a tale of mystery and intrigue based on speculation of true historic events when Jim Sawyer, a local newspaper reporter, witnesses a military convoy hauling off a crashed UFO under the cloak of top secrecy. Civilian witnesses to the crash reported the object as bell shaped and "e;not of this world"e;. As he tries to further investigate the incident, his inquiries are stonewalled by the police and military who only offer him a suspicious coverup story. At wit's end, Sawyer doesn't know where to turn. To his surprise, he is surreptitiously contacted by Colonel Bill Watson, a retired military officer who worked for the Counter Intelligence Corp during WWII. He had read Sawyer's report about a crashed UFO that appeared in the national newspapers and knew what it was. The Colonel tells Sawyer about the American military capturing a treasure trove of Nazi research and development into top secret advanced wonder weapons and their covert dealings with the evil genius, SS General Hans Kammler, who was in charge of these programs. It appears that General Kammler disappeared without a trace at the end of WWII with his prize project called Die Glocke or The Bell. The Bell was assigned the highest level of security by the SS as "e;war ending"e; and was the culmination of German science into anti-gravity propulsion, time warping, and weapons of mass destruction. Kammler was a brutal and ambitious taskmaster little known outside theThird Reich inner circle. By the end of WWII, he had risen to be one of the most powerful and influential officers in the SS and the Nazi Party. He was also responsible for the deaths of thousands of slave laborers who unmercifully toiled on his projects. As Germany was falling in defeat, Kammler gathered all the valuable files, records and prototypes including The Bell from top SS research centers and fled to a secret base in Norway. He made a covert deal with the American military to exchange everything in his possession for his freedom and anonymity. This would put the American military decades ahead of the Soviets in weapons research and development. With the deployment of stealth aircraft, nuclear armed ICBM rockets, night optics, surface to air missiles, anti-gravity propulsion, and many more unimaginable devices based on German science, the U.S. had what it needed to counter any growing Soviet threat. It was only decades later when Jim Murphy learned of the breakthrough development in aviation reconnaissance stemming from the science behind The Bell. It was something beyond his imagination and ultimately cost him his life.
The General and Die Glocke weaves a tale of mystery and intrigue based on speculation of true historic events when Jim Sawyer, a local newspaper reporter, witnesses a military convoy hauling off a crashed UFO under the cloak of top secrecy. Civilian witnesses to the crash reported the object as bell shaped and "e;not of this world"e;. As he tries to further investigate the incident, his inquiries are stonewalled by the police and military who only offer him a suspicious coverup story. At wit's end, Sawyer doesn't know where to turn. To his surprise, he is surreptitiously contacted by Colonel Bill Watson, a retired military officer who worked for the Counter Intelligence Corp during WWII. He had read Sawyer's report about a crashed UFO that appeared in the national newspapers and knew what it was. The Colonel tells Sawyer about the American military capturing a treasure trove of Nazi research and development into top secret advanced wonder weapons and their covert dealings with the evil genius, SS General Hans Kammler, who was in charge of these programs. It appears that General Kammler disappeared without a trace at the end of WWII with his prize project called Die Glocke or The Bell. The Bell was assigned the highest level of security by the SS as "e;war ending"e; and was the culmination of German science into anti-gravity propulsion, time warping, and weapons of mass destruction. Kammler was a brutal and ambitious taskmaster little known outside theThird Reich inner circle. By the end of WWII, he had risen to be one of the most powerful and influential officers in the SS and the Nazi Party. He was also responsible for the deaths of thousands of slave laborers who unmercifully toiled on his projects. As Germany was falling in defeat, Kammler gathered all the valuable files, records and prototypes including The Bell from top SS research centers and fled to a secret base in Norway. He made a covert deal with the American military to exchange everything in his possession for his freedom and anonymity. This would put the American military decades ahead of the Soviets in weapons research and development. With the deployment of stealth aircraft, nuclear armed ICBM rockets, night optics, surface to air missiles, anti-gravity propulsion, and many more unimaginable devices based on German science, the U.S. had what it needed to counter any growing Soviet threat. It was only decades later when Jim Murphy learned of the breakthrough development in aviation reconnaissance stemming from the science behind The Bell. It was something beyond his imagination and ultimately cost him his life.