Episode 2124: THE REICH MUTINY by William Reynolds - a podcast by Ric Bratton

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THE REICH MUTINY by William Reynolds
The Reich Mutiny tells a passionate love story, contains new Holocaust historical
perspective, and moves like a torrent to an ending of unassailable psychological power.
The Reich Mutiny is possibly the best war book of its kind.

Told with the force of historical authority, with characters impossible to forget, The Reich Mutiny breaks new ground regarding the Second World War.

Tommy Maxwell is a disenfranchised American teacher. A pacifist resisting American involvement in the war, Maxwell joins the German American Bund in New York, an act that leads him to train as a Reich saboteur.

Taken to Germany for training aboard a U-boat, Maxwell soon becomes enlightened as to the malignant nature of Nazism. After witnessing a German war atrocity at sea, Maxwell’s eventual participation in a mutiny and slaughter aboard U-186 forces him underground inside the United States as he tries to evade a pitiless SS assassin.

The Reich Mutiny is based on a factual account of a previously undisclosed incident aboard a German U-boat off the coast of Florida in 1942.

William (Steve) Reynolds was born in Nashville, TN in 1951 A graduate of The McCallie School in 1969, he received a B.A in English from Western Kentucky University in 1995. He taught both high school and college English, and has coached tennis and wrestling in area high schools for the last twenty years. Mr. Reynolds currently resides in Nashville.

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