The Chase, Capture and Trial of Adolf Hitler
A searing dissection of the Nazi psyche, this book uniquely combines historical facts with fiction.
Operation Lucifer: The Chase, Capture and Trial of Adolf Hitler skillfully integrates suspense and unfeigned history in a way that few other works on this subject have been able to achieve. It is a sweeping panorama of the post-World War II era with a cast of hundreds of characters, ranging from Hitler and his henchmen to Truman, Eisenhower, Churchill, J. Edgar Hoover, the Dulles brothers, Stalin, Eva Peron, Fulgencio Batista, Castro, the Mafia, the Kennedys and so on.
This novel is a compilation of two books. Book I deals with the chase and capture of Hitler and his minions. Although the action shifts back and forth between different locations such as Hamburg, Munich, Malmo, Washington, New York, Havana, Rome, Barcelona, Paris and Buenos Aires, we never lose the thread of the narrative as the hero, Barton Q. Milburn, relentlessly hunts down his quarry.
Book II covers the dramatic trial of Hitler. Holocaust survivors testify about their ordeals and the unspeakable atrocities they witnessed. Readers will be lifted into the charnel house of Adolf Hitler and the Germans who supported his mad dream of racial cleansing - a dream, as Mr. Charnay points out at the end of the novel, that is still alive in some demented minds today.
Operation Lucifer: The Chase, Capture and Trial of Adolf Hitler will appeal to every segment of society and all age groups throughout the world. This is an exciting retrospective of the most violent period in world history.
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During a lifetime as filled with adventure and excitement as his novel, David B. Charnay has achieved a reputation for professional excellence. He has been successively a leading New York journalist, a Washington lobbyist, an industrialist and a public relations advisor to political leaders, including Presidential candidates. His experience on Capitol Hill in Washington and backstage at several Presidential conventions gives him a unique view of the American political power brokers.
Mr. Charnay lives in a suburb of Los Angeles, where he headed Four Star International for 16 years. Currently, he has returned to writing. His last book was Target 1600, a political thriller. He also publishes The American Eagle, an occasional newsletter. Mr. Charnay is a member of the Overseas Press Club of America, the New York Press Club, The National Press Club of America, The Society of Silurians, which is the oldest press club in the U.S., as well as the Producers Guild Of America and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.Review:
"Charnay has taken a most improbable premise and made it seem probable - truly exciting chase, capture and poignant trial." -- Dominick Dunne, Renowned best selling author, television commentator, VANITY FAIR correspondent and crusader for justice. July 24, 2001
"Prodigious. Exciting. Insightful. Suspenseful. What if Hitler escaped and was captured and tried here in the United States? A must-read." -- James McEachin, Actor and author of "Farewell To The Mockingbirds"
...David B. Charnay has written one of the most profound, exciting, moving and suspenseful novels of our time. -- Judge Wilford H. Ross III, Department Of Defense
An immensely stimulating and disturbing novel. It is going to serve a very important purpose... -- Klaus P. Fischer-author of History of an Obsession, Prophecy: Oswald Spengler and “The Decline of the West” and Nazi Germany
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Descrizione libro Apr 15, 2001. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria S6-SQCC-AN07
Descrizione libro Squire General Ltd, 2001. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110967513502
Descrizione libro Squire General Ltd. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. 0967513502 New Condition. Codice libro della libreria NEW6.0650701