1st Eng., ed., 1978. 220 pp. D.j., 22 x 14cm. V.G.+. Erich Erdstein has been called a real-life James Bond, and this fascinating autobiography bears out that description. It is the true and harrowing story of a man determined to smash the power of the Nazis who fled to Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina at the end of World War II where he became in effect part of a Fourth Reich – a Nazi government-in-exile. Erdstein became involved tracking down the Nazis who had established new footholds in South America after the premature collapse of the Thousand Year Reich. His trail led to the near-capture of Martin Bormann and finally to a deadly confrontation with Dr. Josef Mengele, the Nazi Angel of Death.