A Mission for Eagles
Kensington Publishing Corporation, Oct 1, 1988 - Fiction - 349 pages
In 1947, in the heart of the Amazon jungle, refugee National Socialist butchers led by Martin Bormann set in motion a fiendish plot that will change the course of history: the violent takeover of Bolivia for a new Nazi state. Only a single squadron of reunited World War II fighter pilots stand in the way.
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