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The Wagnerian Assignment.

“Two war heroes and adversaries join forces to help Hitler escape, albeit for different reasons.

Take an adventure through the pages of The Wagnerian Assignment, a true to life account of Adolf Hitler’s escape from Berlin. Did he die in the Führerbunker or did he escape? Staying true to History The Wagnerian Assignment follows SS Standartenführer Otto Skorzeny’s last true mission, did he succeed? did he fail? or did the allies help?

The Wagnerian Assignment is the true life last mission given to Adolf Hitler’s chief of special troops, SS Standartenführer Otto Skorzeny. He was ordered to the Obersalzberg in March 1945 to set up a national redoubt around his Führer’s mountain retreat in order to protect him against the advancing allies who were baying for his blood.

History has Adolf Hitler dying in the Führerbunker on 30th April 1945, or did he manage to evade justice? The Wagnerian Assignment gives an account of his escape from Berlin that stays true to history.”

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Press Release – Straightfaced Publications Brings Out ‘The Wagnerian Assignment’, a thrilling Historical Fiction

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Straightfaced Publications Brings Out ‘The Wagnerian Assignment’, a thrilling Historical Fiction

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A small family owned business, Straightfaced Publications has brought out a thrilling Historical Fiction, ‘The Wagnerian Assignment’.

Wallsend, Tyne and Wear (March 15, 2017) – The Wagnerian Assignment is a historical fiction that comes in both Paperback and Kindle versions. The book is a fictional account of two war heroes who team up with adversaries to allow Hitler to escape, for various reasons. The book is a life-like account of the escape of the Führer from Berlin.

The book stays true to history even while making a fictional account of Adolf Hitler flying from Berlin. It brings some thrilling questions to the fore, whether SS Standartenführer Otto Skorzeny succeeded or failed in his final mission and got assistance from his allies or whether Führer manage to get out or actually die in the Führerbunker.

Straightfaced Publications has recently been established, and it now helps all kinds of authors for publishing their books. The company is backed by experienced and talented author Alan Starforth, and it was originally set up mainly for self-publishing books by him. It has published an informative blog post on The Wagnerian Assignment that is available from Kindle Unlimited and comes in paperback version as well.

The time of World War 2 has been recreated in a lifelike manner, and all of its 283 pages show what the author is capable of. The book has been published by Straightfaced Publications. It makes for a thrilling read and the book would be liked by anyone who likes to read fiction in a historical context. People who would like to make business enquiries about the book can contact through the email id enquiries@straightfacedpublications.com.

About Straightfaced Publications

Straightfaced Publications is an independent book publishing firm that is a small family based business, and is based in the North East of England outside Newcastle. It is experienced in publishing Novelettes, Paperback Novels and eBooks.

For further information and enquiries, visit http://straightfacedpublications.com/blog/2017/03/10/the-wagnerian-assignment-kindle-and-paperback/

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Straightfaced Publications
Email: info@straightfacedpublications.com

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The Wagnerian Assignment – Dwight David Eisenhower Bio

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General Dwight David Eisenhower, fondly nicknamed Ike, was born on the 14th October 1890. He entered West Point military academy in June 1911 and graduated in 1915. Missing the fighting of World War One, he moved around within military circles, reaching the rank of Brigadier General on the 3rd October 1941. Mainly due to his administrative and organisational skills that had been recognised early in his career, when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on the 7th December 1941, he was assigned to the General staff in Washington until 1942. In December 1943, President Roosevelt promoted him to Allied Supreme Commander in Europe, which he continued to be throughout the war. He wasn’t a great field commander, but his facilitating between the Allied powers prevented their petty bickering and infighting.

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