By Stan Lee
The 1st ever ibooks novel by means of the mythical Stan Lee, founder of wonder Comics and co-creator of Spider-Man and the X-Men! The German battle laptop rolls throughout Europe, crushing every little thing in its direction. the USA and her Allies have just recently entered the battle, yet is turns out either side are too lightly matched. The battle may drag on for years, may cross both way...until the day the saucer fell like an arrow from the heavens, bringing with it secrets and techniques of world-shattering final result. The Nazis are speedy to catch the spacecraft and its unearthly occupants; the Allies ship in a suicide squad, a gaggle snidely known as 'Logan's Losers' - to both retrieve the extraterrestrial beings and their secrets...or wreck them. Russia, too, learns of the downed alien ship and sends their very own agent into the guts of Germany. yet there's a traitor one of the Allied invasion strength, operating to convey the Allies down from inside of, and whilst Logan finally reaches his aim, it's a prisoner of the 3rd Reich, sentenced to die on the hand of an outdated, implacable enemy.
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It was astounding that the Allies had broken Enigma, the unbreakable coding machine; Anthony, his staff, and the Brits were reading secret German dispatches every day. The problem was always, what do they mean? If a message said Rommel was being treated for a stomach problem, that was clear, but suppose it only gave a list of materials, or contained a set of numbers. Would the answer “55” in a message be the number of tanks? Metric tons of sugar? New uniforms? Bombers? Figuring out what the Germans meant when they said a certain thing was the Harvard-educated Anthony’s specialty.
It seemed that Fieldmarshal Goering did not believe the general, or, at the least, was looking for greater confirmation of what the general said before actually bringing this to the attention of Hitler himself. The information had also been stopped from rising up the chain of command in the SS, so that Himmler had not been contacted, either. qrk 8/16/01 2:58 PM Page 61 T H E A L I E N FA C T O R a general. Why didn’t they believe whatever he had brought back? Why were the messages from this Borck so urgent and insistent?
A young intelligence officer had picked up the movement of mining equipment, but there had never been any indication that mining had ever gone on there. No, it was much more likely they were building some sort of bunker. Perhaps a kind of underground fortress that could not be destroyed from the air. Later, however, other information came. At least three scientists with expertise in metallurgy had been ordered to the place. In addition, an eminent Russian emigré whose specialty was atomic research, had been forced to leave the University of Paris for Saint-Lyphard.