Op JB Paperback – 1 Sep 1997
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If you want to read what happened to Borman, then read Paul Mannings book as it will explain what happened next.
The same cannot be said of OpJB. Something of a WW2 enthusiast, I was looking forward to reading this book, hoping that, even though its story might be debatable, it would be an enjoyable read. It was not.
At best, it comes level with any second-rate potboiler written by an over-zealous author. The author claims to have met just about every top Nazi official including Hitler himself. The women mentioned in the book are all 'extremely beautiful and skillful assassins' etc. The words 'top secret' and the like are scattered through the book so many times as to devalue their use. As a fiction, it would be incredibly flawed, though might enjoy some popularity with schoolboys and Hollywood scriptwriters.
However, what really set me against this book was the author's consistent plea that everything in it is fact. I find this insulting, not just to the reader's intelligence, but to the men and women who really did sacrifice so much during the Second World War.
Of course, for beliver's in this 'conspiracy theory' nonsense, I am just another of the unwashed masses who is unable to see the truth, or maybe one of 'them' out to silence the purveyors of the truth. The book's evidence is thin, and I am sure the slightest amount of proper research would quickly debunk it. However, the author covers himself against this - if the official records are contrary to what he says, it is, of course, beacuse they have been doctored!Read more ›
This is what I took from reading the book. The book is about "Operation James Bond" in which Martin Bormann, the dude with the money, was fled out of Berlin.
The author "Christopher Creighton" is known with his real name as John Ainsworth-Davis, and the forerunner to the "Operation James Bond" is described in the book "The Mountbatten Report". Here you can read how is was used at the age of 15 already as a spy from the likes of Winston Churchill and Major Desmond Morton.
Read both books, it is worth it. True History.
Borrow this from your local library or buy a second hand copy for a few quid, you will not be disappointed.
It has the real inside story that so many FAKE histories of the end of the war have tried to smother.
Brilliant in every dimension at exposing the pathway to today's Nazi 'Fourth Reich' where they wear suits in stead of Swastikas & their war machines are banks and corporations rather than Panzer Divisions.
Reading this it's quite clear the Crowleyite figure Desmond Morton was a, if not THE KEY player
Another key book to read alongside this is former CBS War Correspondent Paul Manning's swansong - his 1982 Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile for which his publisher had his legs broken and his eldest son was shot dead in NYC.
If you don't read that too you might not get it.
If the Manning book is too expensive for you it is available online free as a PDF, get a youngster to find it for you ;-)
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If and i do mean if this is true it will give you an insite into what is happerning now decite by the powers that be 007 eat your heart outPublished 2 months ago by Jennifer M.
Definitely interesting but to be taken with a hefty grain of salt. The author says that he took Bormann out of Berlin and to England, and at the same time "recovered" Nazi... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Thomas Dana Lloyd
Great service, a book I have been trying to obtain for sometime, an amazing story I first read when a friend loaned me the bookPublished 12 months ago by tony clayton
The world largely lives in the belief of lies why?...it's easier, it suits their lame-brain religions, it's politically safer, maybe, Maybe they haven't the wit to do more than... Read morePublished on 6 Jun. 2014 by Socrates