By David Blake Knox
The Nazis believed that they can construct a ‘miracle boat’ during this bunker: a brand new kind of U-boat that can win the struggle for Germany. to accomplish that target, many hundreds of thousands of slaves have been labored to their deaths.Despite the savage regime to which they have been subjected, and in contrast to another Irishmen, they steadfastly refused all makes an attempt by means of the SS to show them into collaborators with the 3rd Reich.
In this engrossing and dramatic e-book, David Blake Knox explores the attention-grabbing and tragic tale of the difficulty persevered via those males, in addition to the explanations why that narrative, just like the males themselves, has been unjustly neglected.
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