Reign of Hell (Legion of the Damned, Book 9) by Sven Hassel

By Sven Hassel

Burning, looting, raping, murdering, Hitler's Penal Regiment complex at the centre of Warsaw leaving of their wake a bloody path of loss of life and destruction. They killed indiscriminately: Pole or German, guy, lady or baby - somebody who crossed their direction used to be eradicated. For Himmler had sworn that Warsaw will be razed to the floor - if it took each member of the German military to do it! And to the Fuhrer's expendable battalions, for whom lifestyles had no that means, the conflict for Warsaw turned an inferno - an unending Reign of Hell

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Nuclear weapons Bombs or missiles that release nuclear energy to create a massive explosion—for example, an atom bomb or hydrogen bomb. samizdat The term for a book or pamphlet secretly circulated among dissidents in the Soviet Union. SIS Secret Intelligence Service: the British organization for espionage and other covert operations abroad. Soviet Union Officially known as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), a communist-ruled federation of 15 republics, dominated by Russia. special forces Elite military personnel skilled in operating behind enemy lines and using guerrilla tactics.

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