Eagle's Gold

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iUniverse, 2010 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Five days before Germany surrendered to the Russian army, an SS-Bridgadeführer led ten men into the lobby of the Deutsche Reichbank
in Berlin and confronted the bank manager. The manager could not comprehend the Bridgadeführer's irregular request when he stated that his men were at the bank to remove
the hundreds of gold bars stacked in the vault. With a cocked pistol pressing against his forehead, the manager saw no need to require the Bridgadeführer to produce an official,
signed order from a higher authority.
Less than three hours later, nearly $66 million in gold bullion was lifted from the vaults and placed in five waiting military trucks; it then
vanished into the smoke and rubble of the decimated city.
The identities of the enlisted men were never ascertained.
Because of his collar and sleeve insignia on his battle smock, only the Bridgadeführer's rank was certain. And because each gold bar bears the stamped eagle and swastika of Nazi
Germany, the heist—so far-fetched that it became an urban legend—is referred to as "Eagle's Gold," and not a fleck has been recovered.
Where the gold was stashed has never been determined.
Until now ...
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
30
Section 3
40
Section 4
43
Section 5
57
Section 6
62
Section 7
68
Section 8
77
Section 14
141
Section 15
162
Section 16
177
Section 17
191
Section 18
215
Section 19
233
Section 20
244
Section 21
249

Section 9
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Section 10
100
Section 11
110
Section 12
126
Section 13
136
Section 22
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Section 23
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Section 24
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Section 25
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About the author (2010)

Vincent dePaul Lupiano was born in New York City. He holds awards for outstanding radio commercial writing and production. Since 1991, he has been freelance writing as a speechwriter and writer for corporate business shows for Fortune 500 companies. He currently lives in Oakland, New Jersey, with his wife, Nancy.

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