Hitler's December Years

A political thriller asks, What if the Nazis had won the war?

It is 1964, two decades since the end of World War II. The Germans won. After the failure of the Normandy invasion, a humiliated General Dwight D. Eisenhower retreated into retirement, Winston Churchill fled to exile in Canada, and virtually all Europe came under the domination of the Nazis. An Albert Speer-designed monument to the "thousand-year Reich" now dominates Berlin, the SS has become a peacetime police force, and nobody has heard of the Holocaust. But years of cold war with the U.S. -- and a stubborn guerrilla war with the Soviets in the East -- have begun to drain the...

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