U-1706

0000-00-00 00:00:00 by Rene, D Egle
U-1706 by Rene, D Egle

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Author
Rene, D Egle
Publisher
Llumina Press
Date of release
Pages
472
ISBN
9781595266989
Binding
Paperback
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Format
PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC
Rating
3
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November 1944 Germany is losing World War II. In a last, desperate attempt to turn the tide, German High Command send a U-boat loaded with the latest in weapons technology and uranium to meet with the Japanese in the Philippine Sea. U-1706 also carries highly sensitive documents. November 2004 High in the mountains of the Black Forest at the Freiberg Institute, two young scientists make a revolutionary breakthrough during a routine experiment. Instead of a test cube, they transport an entire submarine from the past to the future. Stranded in the 21st century, U-1706 with all its crew is soon sighted in Southeast Asia, drawing the attention of American Intelligence. The two German scientists must race U.S. operatives to find the boat and make contact, to prevent the worst. About the Author: Rene D. Egle is a German national currently based in Dubai. He has worked in the hospitality industry for over 20 years, in Germany, England, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Indonesia. Rene also served two years in the German Navy and two more on a cruise liner traveling the world. Rene was inspired to write by a deep passion for history, specifically German Naval History since 1900.


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