by William Lanter
Publisher: Viewzone 2010
Number of pages: 234
Did the Nazis really lose the war? A story set in the era of World War Two, amid the struggles of good against evil, in an era of chaos, confusion, and upheaval, that still to this day captivates the minds, and the imagination of millions.
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