Frederick, MD, April 18, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- PublishAmerica is proud to present If Britain Surrenders by Douglas W. MacDougall of Massillon, Ohio.
What if the Battle of Britain had never taken place, Winston Churchill had not been in charge during those dark days of 1941, and Charles Lindbergh had been elected instead of FDR? In this fictional story, Howard Bolan ignores the American position of neutrality even as he conceives a plan to aid the exiled British government. He struggles to maintain his role as the President’s chief of staff while working within the Washington political structure to sidestep the official policy. After enlisting the aid of a diverse group of patriots, they devise a complex strategy to outmaneuver the administration…but then events beyond their control decide the final outcome.
Douglas W. MacDougall is a retired businessman who traveled throughout the world during his career as a salesman. This afforded him the time and opportunity to write his first novel of historical fiction, If Britain Surrenders. The sequel, If We Choose to Fight, will follow the United States through the Second World War. Douglas and his wife reside in Ohio. When not pursuing his favorite subjects of history, geography and current events, he enjoys traveling and reading.
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