The Kaiser's Last Kiss

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Harper Perennial, 2004 - Exiles - 220 pages
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A fictionalised account of the Kaiser Wilhelm’s last years in Nazi-occupied Holland.

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User Review  - Dan - Goodreads

well researched, well put together, but no great writing. a sympathetic portrait of the old ex-kaiser. one too many knowing anti-EU jibes (i don't think the SS did see their mission as to achieve 'ever closer union' and a mere 'customs union' in europe). Read full review

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User Review  - Alan Pottinger - Goodreads

Great little read even if it does play around with history, but Churchill did actually offer the Kaiser asylum and although Himmler didn't visit the Kaiser at Huis Doorn,in the Netherlands where he ... Read full review


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Alan Judd began writing while in the Foreign Office. His novel, The Devil’s Own Work, won the Guardian fiction prize and his biography of Ford Madox Ford the Royal Society of Literature’s Heinemann award. He has also published a biography of Mansfield Cumming, founder of the modern Secret Service, using Cumming’s previously unknown diaries. His last novel was Legacy, a thriller set in 1970s London. Judd is the motoring correspondent of the Spectator and writes regularly for the Daily Telegraph.

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