Resistance Road Of Iron – By Gregory St. Germain








“RESISTANCE ROAD Of IRON” By Gregory St. Germain. (Fiction) A World War II multinational terror team takes on the Nazi’s in Norway––a land of ice, snow and savage death. Jomar Viten, a master of wilderness survival, Sven Dahle, who won gold medals with his skill on snow join forces to crush Hitler’s vicious war machine. They become the deadliest multinational underground strike force in history. Led by their American leader, Scott Gideon, they were all out on a mission to cut the Nazi northern lifeline, no matter how many of them had to die and how many Boches they had to kill. 1983 Paperback edition, 185 pages. No photos, maps or index.

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