From Heidelberg to Shanghai

November 26, 2018|
From Heidelberg to Shanghai by Jay-Chung Chen
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Samuel Lee was an army intelligence officer assigned to the U.S. Office of Strategic Services. He was an able and brave field agent active in covert missions in the German occupied territory. His assignments included rescues and evacuation of defecting Nazis radar scientist and Wehrmacht officers, also downed Allied airmen. Together with his Heidelberg University schoolmates, he organized Resistance fighters launching attacks against the German forces. Samuel was ordered to apprehend or terminate a German Jewish atomic scientist and his wife hiding in the Shanghai ghetto. The wife was Samuel's first girlfriend from Berlin.
After graduating from university, Jay-Chung Chen came to Pasadena, California, to pursue graduate studies. He obtained a PhD in aeronautics and started his career and family in Pasadena. After retirement, while continuing to teach a course on "Aviation Meteorology", he finally began his lifelong hobby: writing spy novels. Ove...
Title:From Heidelberg to ShanghaiFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:592 pages, 8.5 X 5.5 X 1.32 inShipping dimensions:592 pages, 8.5 X 5.5 X 1.32 inPublished:November 26, 2018Publisher:Partridge Publishing SingaporeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1543747205

ISBN - 13:9781543747201

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