By Jack Hayes
The yr is 1944. After 5 hard-fought years, the Allies are just about victory, yet Germany nonetheless has one final mystery - and one who may perhaps nonetheless flip the warfare in its favour.
Traveling on a U-boat to Japan is a hugely explosive uranium bomb, the 1st of its style.
But why are the Nazis giving this sort of useful weapon to the japanese? And the place could the japanese use it?
In London, designated Operations government Captain Maddox is given an easy activity. cease the U-boat in any respect costs.
A British, French and American crew is assembled for the challenge. they are going to strike a mysterious island managed by means of the Nazis the place the U-boat is scheduled to stop.
But not anything approximately this task is what apparently to be. The British, the French and the american citizens all have their very own agendas -- and so do the Germans. None of them contain Captain Maddox making it to the tip of the conflict alive.
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In Julian Tuwim’s poem Kwiaty polskie (Warsaw 1993, p. 110) we read: “Trzeciak the priest, for his part, in Nurnberg, // Paid homage to Parteitags inimical, // Whilst at that time, the Reverend Puder // Was 44 riots could facilitate the establishment of a ghetto in Warsaw. Did the occurrences that took place in the last week of March 1940 on the streets of Warsaw change the opinions, sentiments, or stance of this Catholic priest? Probably, partly yes; but not completely. ”53 Maria Szletyńska told me in a letter, based on what she had learned from Kazimierz’s mother, Jadwiga Puder, that her other son Tadeusz learned from a Gestapo officer interrogating him that the reason he had been arrested was a denunciation from the Rev.
This collection of documents, almost forgotten today, was published as a result of the efforts of the American Federation for Polish Jews and the Association of Jewish Refugees and Immigrants from Poland. 30 The fact that none of the other active political parties took part in this action is significant as an example of the utter misconception of existing conditions common to Jewish groups at the time. What is more, all the other groups even opposed our action. 31 To comment on just two details: While German pilots did indeed participate in the riots, they certainly did not organise them or pay the attackers.
All that remained on the “battlefield” were some sacks which the goyim and shikses had taken 32 B. Goldstein, The Stars Bear Witness, translated and edited by Leonard Shatzkim, New York, 1949, pp. 52–53. , Cinq années dans le ghetto de Varsovie, Bruxelles, 1962, pp. 23–25, is far from identical with the English version I quote herein. 33 In his already-quoted Polish-Jewish Relations, Emanuel Ringelblum quotes an account from an eyewitness of the Franciszkańska Street struggle: A crowd of 200 to 300 people, armed with sticks, clubs and crow-bars, moved along under the command of young airmen with guns in their hands.
Blood Red Sea (Maddox, Book 1) by Jack Hayes