The Rommel Mission

Major Helder, an officer on the staff of Rommel’s headquarters, witnesses the failure of the German army to prevent its Allies’ success on D-day. Although he expects Rommel to somehow master the crisis, he soon realizes the Field Marshall himself doesn’t believe in victory. Indeed, the major soon becomes caught up in a plot to turn over the German Armies in the West to the Allies. More

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Words: 90,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466027855
About Ken Kreckel

Ken Kreckel writes historical fiction, mysteries, travel, as well as technical publications. As a feature editor of the Historical Novels Review, he has published hundreds of reviews, countless interviews with authors, and features dealing with historical fiction. He has contributed many other articles to various magazines and newspapers. Fascinated with some of the lesser known aspects of history, his novels mainly deal with mysteries associated with the Second World War. For example, The Rommel Mission focuses on the attempted surrender of German forces just after D-day. As a professional geophysicist who has worked throughout North America and Europe, he has personally researched many of the settings for his work. He lives in Wyoming, where he teaches at Casper College and consults for environmental organizations in the Oil and Gas field.

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