The Haigerloch Project

The Haigerloch Project

Ib Melchior / Jan 20, 2020

The Haigerloch Project It was World War II s master weapon and Hitler had it first As Germany crumbled Hitler feverishly raged against final defeat Every qualified citizen in the Reich was committed to developing an atomic

  • Title: The Haigerloch Project
  • Author: Ib Melchior
  • ISBN: 9780553113310
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Paperback
  • It was World War II s master weapon and Hitler had it first.As Germany crumbled, Hitler feverishly raged against final defeat Every qualified citizen in the Reich was committed to developing an atomic bomb In 1945 they almost succeeded The code name was The Haigerloch Project.

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      • Ib Melchior

        Ib J rgen Melchior was a novelist, short story writer, film producer, film director, and screenwriter of low budget American science fiction movies, most of them released by American International Pictures.In world War II, he served with the OSS ,for awhile, then was transferred to the U.S Military Intelligence Service, spending two years in the European theater of War as a military intelligence investigator attached to Counter Intelligence In 1965, he was dubbed Knight Commander of the Militant Order of Saint Brigitte of Sweden.In 1976, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films awarded Ib Melchior its Golden Scroll Award to Merit for Outstanding Achievement.Melchior s novels include Code Name Grand Guignol, Eva, The Haigerloch Project, The Marcus Device, Order of Battle Hitler s Werewolves, Sleeper Agent, The Tombstone Cipher and The Watchdogs of Abaddon.


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    1. The Haigerloch Project is ultimately nothing more than a World War II espionage/adventure thriller in which a couple American OSS agents are sent into Germany to prevent the Germans from building an atomic bomb. Along the way there are the usual cliffhangers and our heroes are aided in their mission by a couple brave German civilians. They also have to deal with the typical evil SS officer who is out to stop them. Really it's nothing original. It was nothing original when this novel was publishe [...]


    2. An exciting World War II espionage/adventure thrillerThe Haigerloch Project rocks along at quite a pace right from the off. The story centers around two American agents are sent into Germany to stop the Germans from building an atomic bomb. The action is virtually non-stop with the perquisite twists and turns as well as a dastardly SS Officer hunting them down.It also appears to be very well researched, there’s even a bibliography at the end, not something you often find in a novel…. After r [...]


    3. “The Haigerloch Project” eBook was published in 2014 and was written by Ib Melchior. Mr. Melchior published 8 fiction novels, various non-fiction works and was involved in many TV and film projects. I obtained a galley of this novel for review through netgalley. I would categorize this novel as ‘R’ as there are instances of Violence, Mature Language and some Mature Situations. This Thriller novel is set in Germany in the closing days of World War II. The Germans are desperately trying to [...]


    4. The Haigerloch Project is more interesting for its factual references than for the fictional characters and plot. The information about the Manhatten Project, the attempts to discover how close the Germans were to producing their own atomic bomb, and the search for ways to derail its completion is a fictional plot informed by fact. I.B. Melchior, novelist, screenwriter, and film producer, served with the U.S. Counterintelligence Corps during WWII. A decorated war hero, Melchior participated in t [...]


    5. I received a free copy of this e-book from the publisher through NetGalley, in exchange for a review. You can tell this was written in the 1970's. I got this because I enjoy WWII fiction, and I also have an odd taste for things dealing with nuclear issues. A WWII novel about the Nazi atomic program? Yes please!The first third of this book seemed like one big mess to me. The author launches into long action sequences with little to no explanations of what is happening, who we should care about, a [...]



    6. This is the second book I've read by this author. It's amazing how he takes history and turns one fact, one incident and asks "what if?" then shows how history could've been changed. In this page-turner, the question is "What if the Nazi Germany was close to being the first to develop the nuclear bomb during WWII?" Frightening thought! Melchior kept me turning the pages as I follwed the secret agents who sneaked behind enemy lines to investigate the Fuhrer's nuclear program. When they discover i [...]


    7. Great book.Great book.Exiting, well researched, and full of twists. The author knows of what he speaks. I am starting one of his other books, Eva, now and can't wait to read more.


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