The Rommel Mission Ken Kreckel

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Published: July 1st 2011

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The Rommel Mission  by  Ken Kreckel

The Rommel Mission by Ken Kreckel
July 1st 2011 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 302 pages | ISBN: | 10.77 Mb

A little over two months after the D-day landings, a German staff car, en route to Fuhrer headquarters, pulls off the side of the road near Claremont-en-Argonne, France. The commander of the German Armies in France, Field Marshall von Kluge, and hisMoreA little over two months after the D-day landings, a German staff car, en route to Fuhrer headquarters, pulls off the side of the road near Claremont-en-Argonne, France.

The commander of the German Armies in France, Field Marshall von Kluge, and his aide alight from the car, heading to a peaceful spot shaded from the heat of the midday French sun. After a pleasant lunch, the Field Marshal hands his aide a personal letter addressed to his brother, and calmly swallows a cyanide capsule.

Kluge has been in his job a little more than a month. He had been sent by Hitler to bolster the nerve of Field Marshal Rommel, the man entrusted with the task of defending France from the Allied invasion at Normandy. Rommel, a military genius whom the Allies dubbed, “The Desert Fox”, a man who had earned the grudging respect of Churchill himself, seemed more than equal to the task. However even a man of his abilities cannot counter the overwhelming power of the Allies.

Kluge comes to the same conclusion as Rommel, there is no longer any possibility of a German victory. However, there remains one hope, one last mission planned by Rommel. A desperate German staff officer, Major Helder, attempts to carry it out...



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