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The Janus Plan

eBook (PDF), 458 Pages
(2 Ratings)
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End World War II in Europe and join with German Armies to keep the Soviets out of Eastern Europe. That's the Janus Plan. And the man picked by the OSS to do it is Captain Rick Malone, U.S. Army Ranger. To accomplish his mission, Malone must go deep into enemy territory - posing as a German Intelligence Officer. Dogged by the German Secret Service across Europe, Malone's mission is compromised by a traitor on his own side. He now has two objectives: Complete the misssion and uncover the traitor before it is too late.
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  • By Charles Stone
    Nov 27, 2007
    "The Janus Plan" Here it is the 11th of January and again in 3 days I have finished reading the book “The Janus Plan”. As was true of the author's other book, “Terror at Tahoe” I read this book at every available moment I could muster in the past three days. It is a remarkably gripping story, so well researched, again with the feeling that I was actually present at each turn of events in the story. I commend these writings of Bill Welch, without reservation, Thank you lulu for making this kind of publication possible through effective application of modern technology. Charles Stone
  • By William F. Welch
    May 10, 2007
    "Re: interesting preview" Thanks for the critique. You caught a typo that slipped by all the editing and proof-reading. All time lines in my story were carefully researched, and the one in question should have read September 1942 vs 1941. However, I have modified the passage in question so that it is more accurate (and feasable). Thanks again for your comments. William F. Welch
  • By Elusive Concept
    May 30, 2005
    "interesting preview" What I've read in the preview so far is fairly well written and I would definitely recommend this book to people interested in WWII. I'm not too sure about the main character's supposed military record in the book. He's supposed to have gone through jump school sometime between July 1940 and September 1941. By late August '41 they were still running the experimental jump school using a test unit made up of members of the 29th infantry. Not sure how the character would have gone through jump school if there wasn't a jump school available except for a few select people of the 29th. It's even more puzzeling how our hero could have gone to Ranger school in 1941, seeing how the 1st Ranger Bn was the first Rangers unit to be formed in WWII - in July 1942. Well written? Yes. But I think the history buffs will gripe about this one.
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Product Details

Published
November 11, 2011
Language
English
Pages
458
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.04 MB

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