Libro gratis : The Churchill Memorandum

Se puede descargar de forma gratuita el libro de historia alternativa The Churchill Memorandum. de Sean Gabb.

Aquí os traigo la sinopsis:

Imagine: Hitler dies in a car crash in March 1939. No World War II. No US-Soviet duopoly of the world. No slide into the gutter for England.

It’s now 1959. America’s a fascist horrorville, run by madmen with a fleet of black helicopters. Germany is prospering under corrupt and geriatric Fuhrer Goering. Soviet Russia is…well, Soviet Russia.

The big winner is Britain – free, rich, almost, though not quite, as great an imperial power as in the good old days of Queen Victoria.

Enter Anthony Markham – half-Indian, closet gay. He’s also a hyper-patriot who worships England. He has a biography to write of a dead and largely forgotten Winston Churchill, and is coming back from America, where the old drunk left his papers. Little does he realise, as he returns to his safe, orderly England, that he carries, somewhere in his luggage, an object that can be used to destroy England and the whole structure of bourgeois civilisation as it has been gradually restored since 1918.

Who is trying to kill Anthony Markham? For whom is Major Stanhope really working? Where did Dr Pakeshi get his bag of money? Is there a connection between Michael Foot, Leader of the British Communist Party, and Foreign Secretary Harold Macmillan? Why is Ayn Rand in an American prison, and Nathaniel Branden living in a South London bedsit? Why is Alan Greenspan dragged off and shot in the first chapter? Where does Enoch Powell fit into the story?

Above all, what is The Churchill Memorandum? What terrible secrets does it contain?

All will be revealed—but not till after Markham has gone on the run through an England unbombed, uncentralised, still free, and still mysterious.

How might England and the world have turned out but for that catastrophic declaration of war in defence of Poland? Read on and wonder…

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