Louis-Gate Sardan - Erster Teil: Die versuchte Entführung (Dezember 1681)

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Verf. publiziert in romanhafter Form den ersten Teil seines Forschungsberichts über ein von ihm in langjähriger Recherche-Arbeit neu entdecktes „Louis-Gate“. Gate-Öffner ist ein den Historikern nur wenig bekannter Abenteurer namens Sardan, der aus unklaren Gründen im Dezember des Jahres 1681 aus Amsterdam entführt werden sollte, was aber - auf spektakuläre Weise -misslang. Der Leser wird Zeuge einer großartigen historischen Entdeckungsreise, die Alles in Frage stellt, was wir bislang von Louis XIV und seiner Zeit zu wissen meinten.German armchair historian publishes the first part of his year-long research workreport concerned with his newly detected Louis-Gate. Keyfigure is Sardan, an almost unknown No-Where-man, who sucessfully avoided an enlevemement in December 1681, start-up of the discovery of a new distant mirror for our modern financial crisis, explained as a resistance movement of the geux, savants and swords against the... More > regime of fonctionaires, secretaires and voleurs.< Less
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Manor House Entertainment KG
October 1, 2011
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