Hitler's Hangmen: The Secret German Flow to Kill Churchill by Brian Lett

Hitler's Hangmen: The Secret German Flow to Kill Churchill by Brian Lett

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Before and after the outbreak of the Second World War there were sizeable Fascist groups active in Britain, working to overthrow the British government. Most of the Fascist leaders were interned in 1940 as soon as Churchill came to power, but were freed in the better times of 1944, all the more embittered and just as intent on installing a Fascist government and taking revenge on Churchill.

By late 1944 there were hundreds of thousands of German prisoners of war in Britain, many of them in camps brutally dominated by the SS and other Nazi fanatics. When Hitler tried to restore Germany’s position with his massive Battle of the Bulge offensive he gave orders for this to be supported by a break-out from all of the POW camps under Nazi control. Some of the escapers were to head for London to assassinate Churchill, with the help of the British Fascists. It was only by chance that the plot was foiled.

This is the incredible, disturbing story of how close British Fascists came to impacting the outcome of the Second World War.

It is also a comprehensive investigation of the break-out plot as it unfolded across Britain: how it came to fruition and how it was quashed, its repercussions and the many little-known stories of escape and recapture which took place throughout the country.

About the Author

Brian Lett is an author specializing in Second World War history. His previous books include titles on the SAS and other special forces.

He has lectured extensively on irregular warfare in World War II, including to the British Army.

He is a recently retired Queen’s Counsel who practiced at the Bar of England and Wales for forty-seven years.
Article Number:
200919
Author:
Brian Lett
Brand Name:
Simon & Schuster
ISBN:
9781922615558
Number of Pages:
264
Product Contains:
Trade Paperback
Product Depth:
1.5 cm
Product Height:
23.0 cm
Product Weight:
0.4 kg
Product Width:
15.3 cm
Published:
02.02.2022
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster
Product details
Before and after the outbreak of the Second World War there were sizeable Fascist groups active in Britain, working to overthrow the British government. Most of the Fascist leaders were interned in 1940 as soon as Churchill came to power, but were freed in the better times of 1944, all the more embittered and just as intent on installing a Fascist government and taking revenge on Churchill.

By late 1944 there were hundreds of thousands of German prisoners of war in Britain, many of them in camps brutally dominated by the SS and other Nazi fanatics. When Hitler tried to restore Germany’s position with his massive Battle of the Bulge offensive he gave orders for this to be supported by a break-out from all of the POW camps under Nazi control. Some of the escapers were to head for London to assassinate Churchill, with the help of the British Fascists. It was only by chance that the plot was foiled.

This is the incredible, disturbing story of how close British Fascists came to impacting the outcome of the Second World War.

It is also a comprehensive investigation of the break-out plot as it unfolded across Britain: how it came to fruition and how it was quashed, its repercussions and the many little-known stories of escape and recapture which took place throughout the country.

About the Author

Brian Lett is an author specializing in Second World War history. His previous books include titles on the SAS and other special forces.

He has lectured extensively on irregular warfare in World War II, including to the British Army.

He is a recently retired Queen’s Counsel who practiced at the Bar of England and Wales for forty-seven years.
Specification
Article Number:
200919
Author:
Brian Lett
Brand Name:
Simon & Schuster
ISBN:
9781922615558
Number of Pages:
264
Product Contains:
Trade Paperback
Product Depth:
1.5 cm
Product Height:
23.0 cm
Product Weight:
0.4 kg
Product Width:
15.3 cm
Published:
02.02.2022
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster