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Book Launch: Hitler Was A British Agent

Hitler Was A British Agent

Greg Hallett and The Spymaster have co-authored a book titled Hitler Was British Agent.

The authors have been researching for the past two years gathering information from all around the world including Europe. Interview subjects included: James Bond III, other spymasters, and information and equipment acquired from the KGB.

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The book tells the story of Hitler's British psychological training and his escape by submarine and planes out of Berlin. The book includes details of the pilots' names, the type of aircraft flown, the serial numbers, and who flew with them.

The book suggests Hitler survived World War II and also includes who Hitler lived with and where he died.

The book is being launched Friday in Auckland.

Book Launch: 23 September 2005, Friday 4-8pm Book launch at B@1 Bar in Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand, behind the ANZ Bank, under the Elephant House, just up from Metropole.

480 pages - the book describes Hitler's secret British psychological training and his escape out of Berlin on 2 May 1945, what planes he caught, who flew them and who accompanied him, when he died, where he died, what he died of and the cover ups that followed. Next international best seller?

Authors: Hallett & Spymaster.

Orders NZ$50 + P&P PO Box 109 624, Newmarket, Auckland New Zealand.


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