Open Road Media Archives - Book of Bogan

Sub Rosa by Stewart Alsop, Braden Thomas

Sub Rosa is a brief, action-packed history of the early years of the Office of Strategic Services, the World War 2 predecessor to the Central Intelligence Agency. The authors were there on the front lines, and write with an eminently readable style that draws the reader into the world of secret missions into occupied territory.... Read More »

Klaus Barbie by Tom Bower

I think that most people who have evenĀ a minimum of knowledge about the second world war know who Klaus Barbie is, at least at an intellectual level. One of the most notorious, or infamous Nazi figures, with a nickname like The Butcher of Lyons, he instantly evokes a certain image and emotion. As a student... Read More »

Nazi Gold by Tom Bower

I am not sure where to begin with this review, and as it deals with very difficult subject matter at time, and therefore I would not want my rating to be considered a commentary on the events that are described in the book. Needless to say, I don’t think that there are many who could... Read More »