The Eleventh Hour (All Out War Book 1)

1940: In Europe Hitler’s original plans to start a war the year before have been delayed, giving Germany another year to build up it’s vast military strength. The Allies, by contrast, continue to try and appease the dictator in vein hopes of avoiding a repeat of the First World War. Prime Minister Chamberlain attempts to negotiate a treaty before things get too far out of control. Meanwhile, Winston Churchill tries desperately to rally his country in order to meet the threat that he knows is coming. Elsewhere, Japan’s war in China continues to ravage that country. Millions are already dead and now the Japanese eye Siberia and the East Indies as prizes to be won. They also understand that their aggression may very well bring them into conflict with the United States.

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