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Excerpt from the Book
(30th April 1945. A bunker in Berlin.)
“Herr Hitler! The machine is ready.”
“Very good, my scientific genius. Eva, are you ready?”
“But of course, Adi.”
“Mein Führer, please, step inside, we don’t have much more time,” urged the Professor.
The whole room trembled again, as, above, another bomb hit the ruined city. Hitler fell to the ground, but, seemingly unhurt, he dusted himself down and got up again.
“Have you correctly set the time?” the Führer asked impatiently, desperate to ensure the scientists had got it right. “And are you absolutely sure it won’t go wrong this time, Zwilling?”
“But of course, mein Führer,” the white-coated scientist confidently replied. “We have plenty of red mercury now. It will work properly.”
“I don’t want all my insides on the outside, like what happened with Wulf.”
“But Herr Führer… that was… it is, of course, regrettable that one of the German Shepherd dogs… suffered like that. But I can assure you that it was just a small error in our calculations that caused that. It has since been corrected. You are perfectly safe,” replied Professor Zwilling, eager to reassure Hitler. “This is not like Kammler’s Glocke, his attempts at a time machine were very helpful in developing this one, but no longer does it need to be a heavy metal bell-shaped object, and the glass allows you to look out and see where you are when you arrive. And, of course, where Kammler failed with his device, we have succeeded with ours. I am certain of it.”
“Eva,” Hitler shouted, impatiently. “Ladies first…” The Führer motioned to his wife to enter the intricate and technical-looking capsule which stood two metres high, and then stayed outside once she was in.
“But, Adolf. I don’t want to be separated from you. Why can’t we both travel through together. Look, there’s room for the two of us here.”
But Hitler refused to enter with her just yet. “Send her through, NOW!” he yelled hysterically.
The scientists pressed a few switches, lights flashed on and off, and a strange eerie electric blue glow filled the otherwise dark and dank bunker.
“It is done, Herr Hitler,” said the second scientist.
“And is she alright?”
“The trip was a complete success,” the young scientist confidently replied. “Please, step right up, for your journey of a lifetime.”
Another electric blue glow, and this time Hitler vanished.