The Lebensborn Spy Long after the end of Hitler s Reich many are still traumatized by one of its projects the chain of homes known as the Lebensborn wellspring of life for unwanted children of German soldiers and women

  • Title: The Lebensborn Spy
  • Author: ChristopherMcIntosh
  • ISBN: 9781542438599
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Paperback
  • Long after the end of Hitler s Reich, many are still traumatized by one of its projects the chain of homes known as the Lebensborn wellspring of life for unwanted children of German soldiers and women of the occupied countries Now, in a Europe divided by the Cold War, the East German intelligence service, the Stasi, is using selected former Lebensborn inmates for itsLong after the end of Hitler s Reich, many are still traumatized by one of its projects the chain of homes known as the Lebensborn wellspring of life for unwanted children of German soldiers and women of the occupied countries Now, in a Europe divided by the Cold War, the East German intelligence service, the Stasi, is using selected former Lebensborn inmates for its own sinister purposes In this compelling narrative, inspired by real events, a group of people are caught up in a cruel conspiracy From the Orwellian world of East Berlin to the fetish clubs of Hamburg, and from the death traps of the East West border to Denmark s windblown Baltic islands, this is a many layered tale of deception, betrayal, love and the search for one s native roots The story moves to a shattering climax, which only reaches its astonishing d nouement in the re united Berlin of 1990 The atmosphere of the book has been described as George Orwell meets John le Carr It previously appeared as The Lebensborn Boy under the pseudonym Roy Havelland and has now been revised and improved.

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    1. The story follows a particularly vicious Stasi plot, using a Lebensborn orphan (now adult) to destabilize an up-and-coming pro-NATO Danish politician. Love, betrayal, murder are all woven expertly into the plot.The story is told through the eyes of the main protagonist who discovers that he has been lied to by his Stasi masters about who he and his Danish mother really is, and the person he impersonates, escapes the GDR to look for his mother in Denmark. Guess where our protagonist is?No spoiler [...]

    2. The Lebensborn Spy opens with the journey of a child perhaps destined to be Lebensborn or perhaps to face another fate. Who is this child? The story changes person, year, and setting often enough that one wonders but is confident that the elements will come together. Thus we are soon peering into the life of a man at a time within 30 years of our present, and then observe a young man at the end of World War II. The man makes his way as a spy, sure of his calling, steady in his abilities. Althoug [...]

    3. The name Christopher McIntosh appears in many guises. As historian he wrote a definitive biography The Swan King: Ludwig II of Bavaria; as occult historian he is known for books on Rosicrucianism, astrology, and the French occult revival. As traveller, he wrote the American Express Pocket Guide to Paris. Reflecting, perhaps, his early years writing on landscape and archaeology for the UK magazine Country Life, he pioneered an exploration of myth, magic and meaning in sacred gardens, and he has s [...]

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