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Many are wondering how Jeffrey Epstein could have committed suicide in jail when he was supposed to
under surveillance. This isn’t the first time a high-profile prisoner was able to escape justice by checking
themselves out. Author AK Patch is going to take us back to WW2 and discuss the still unsolved suicide
of Hitler’s Reich Marshall Hermann Goering in 1946.
Tell us about Hermann Goering?
The second in command to Hitler, Goering became famous as a WW1 fighter ace, taking over Baron Von
Richthofen’s famous “Flying Circus” unit after the Bloody Red Baron was killed in combat.
He met Hitler in 1922 and agreed with his vision for the future of Germany. Hitler gave him control of a
group of thugs, called the STORMTROOPERS who beat up political opponents (remember Star Wars).
What happened in 1923 that affected Goering the rest of his life?
He supported Hitler’s grab for power in the BEER HALL PUTSCH. He was wounded in the leg and became
addicted to morphine. This carried through to his death in 1946. The second highest official in Nazi
Germany was a morphine addict. He became heavy and had wild mood swings. Hitler also was a drug
addict, taking Crystal meth, Oxycodone and Cocaine till he committed suicide.
Helped Hitler gain power and created the Gestapo.
Became CIC of the Luftwaffe. Early success became failure as the Allies fought back. He convinced Hitler
to hold back his Panzer tanks while he promised to destroy the BEF at Dunkirk and the British AF in the
Battle of Britain. Though he failed, he still became ReichMarshal though his role diminished.
What about when the war ended?
When Hitler had decided to stay in Berlin and commit suicide, Goering wrote Hitler and asked that he
become Furher to fight on. Hitler infuriated, orders Goering’s arrest.
Goering surrenders to American forces rather than Russian.
What happened at the end?
The US detoxed him off of morphine and put him on a diet. He was found guilty for high crimes and
sentenced to hang. Goering said he wanted to be shot like a soldier.
However, he was able to procure a cyanide capsule.
A couple of theories exist.
Two US prison guards came forward and claimed they were the one that got him the cyanide.
One said, he was approached by a young woman who friended him, got him to bring a pen with
medicine inside, (turned out to be the Cyanide). She disappeared afterwards.

Another guard said Goering bribed him with his watch and other mementos so he could visit his
belongings in storage. He got the cyanide there.
High profile prisoners appear to be able to someone how coax guards, influence guards from the
outside, or play on the guard’s greed and gullibility.
Be interesting to find out the true story of how Jeffrey Epstein became “unwatched”.
History has an unending string of compelling stories- they inspired me to write an time travel
adventure that involves the past, present, and future.  BOOK ONE -PASSAGE AT DELPHI- BEGINS THE
SERIES.  It’s about a professor couple who go thru Hell to survive in the ancient world and struggle to
return home. They don’t understand they’ve drafted to help save the future of the United States. IN
BOOK TWO, they begin to understand what disaster they might face in our time and they become
volunteers rather than draftees.
In BOOK Three of my Series JOURNEY FROM DELPHI- The whole plot orchestrated from within, and
from foreign shores, explodes. it. It’s an exciting, gritty, and entertaining story. Who will be willing to
fight, and who will survive?
Go to Amazon today and begin the series. Summer is time. Time to pull a good book and get lost in the
adventure.

  START on Amazon with PASSAGE AT DELPHI!!!!

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Allen Patch

Patches of History 3/4/2021

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We’re going to take break from the news cycle to answer one of the burning questions of all time- Did
Napoleon lose the Battle of Waterloo because of Hemorrhoids? Author AK Patch is here to talk about
the battle and how he worked this important event into his new novel, THE CATACOMBS’ CURSE
OK, AK- tell us about what happened to Napoleon.
1. First- a little history- On June 18, 1815- Napoleon raised an army in one hundred days after escaping
from exile on the Isle of Elba. British, Prussians, and Dutch allies gathered an army to oppose him under
the famous Duke of Wellington and the Prussian General Blucher. They met on the hilly ground near
Waterloo, Belgium and fought a furious battle for the future of Europe. Napoleon is said to have met
his Waterloo there, but he never set foot in that town. Only Wellington did, where he set up his
headquarters.
2. Did Napoleon have hemorrhoids that caused him to lose the Battle?
Some say the nasty discomfort burning his butt caused him to stay off his horse to visit the battlefield
and give orders on the spot. This might be true, but an expert on the battle said this was probably made
up because supporters couldn’t believe a military genius could lose as a result of blunders and
miscalculations.
3. So, why did he lose the battle?
Weather, first of all. He waited too long to move his cannons into position because of muddy ground
from nighttime rain.
He started the battle too late, and Blucher’s 50,000 Prussians turned the tide late in the day.
These issues, plus the unbelievable fighting sacrifice of the allies, Wellington’s leadership.
4. You want to hear something really horrific about the aftermath of the battle?
Dead soldiers had their teeth knocked out to make dentures. Valuable commodity.
5. What happened to Napoleon afterwards?
He had escape by horse. Apparently, the hemorrhoids didn’t bother him then.
He abdicated upon his return to Paris.
He tried to escape to the US, but cornered by British ships, he surrendered. Exiled to St. Helena, off of
South America. Died 6 years later. He’s entombed at Les Invalides in Paris.
6. History has unending interesting stories- inspired me to write an adventure that involves the past,
present, and future BOOK ONE PASSAGE AT DELPHI BEGINS THE SERIES. Its about a couple who go
thru Hell to survive in the ancient world and struggle to return home. They don’t understand they’ve
drafted to help save the future of the United States. BOOK TWO, They begin to understand what
disaster they might face in our time.

In BOOK Three of my Series JOURNEY FROM DELPHI- The whole plot orchestrated from within, and
from foreign shores, explodes. it. It’s an exciting, gritty, and entertaining story. Who will be willing to
fight, and who will survive?

START on Amazon PASSAGE AT DELPHI

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AK Patch 2/18/2021

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Many would agree that inspiration and perseverance are required to achieve anything of significance in life.

I accept my occasional share of lucky moments, but to ‘just keep working at it’ has been more my path of success.

Authoring a time-travel adventure series – scratching out the time necessary while I was still working full-time and more – demanded all the above, but one realizes that the process of dreaming and executing a plot is a journey with rich rewards. The characters, once established, begin to write their own story. And the trouble they get themselves into…

Historical and current events, even what the future may hold, is the background of my writing, radio, and television appearances.

There’s so much to choose from.

My love for history began early. Growing up in a family of nine children near Plymouth, Massachusetts and educated in Boston, the heritage of our country and the sacrifice of the Founding Fathers was an ever-present stirring and vivid study.

Interest in both science and the arts compelled me to receive a B.S. in Biology from Boston College and a DMD degree From Tufts University. Seeking professional and life experience, I joined the U.S. Navy, receiving my commission aboard the oldest active duty ship in the fleet, the USS Constitution.

Following active duty, I entered private practice and continued to serve in the Naval Reserve, stationed in Naval Hospitals and deployed with the United States Marine Corps. When I retired from the Navy with the rank of Captain, my retirement flag flew over the decks of the USS Constitution.  Many great experiences and profound friendships grew out of those twenty-six years of service.

Throughout, while building my career and family, my interest in history and its lessons never waned, and it was not restricted to our shores. History has so much to teach us, and ancient history, especially of the Greek and Roman periods, has not only proved fascinating but has also provided fertile ground for my fiction.

I serve as a board member of the Friends of Classics at San Diego State University and a member of the Hellenic Society of San Diego. With education a key to bringing to life the lessons of the past, I am also a judge for San Diego County History Fair.

I live in one of the most beautiful cities on earth, sunny San Diego with my wife and two children. I play tennis and still love baseball. Early days on the pitcher’s mound and throwing right and left-handed still has me dreaming of pitching against the Yankees in Fenway Park.

Exploring the confluence of past, present, and future with characters out of their time and place has been an engrossing journey for me. I hope you enjoy reading this often provocative series as much as I enjoyed writing it.

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