Robert Koenig Audio Books

Robert Koenig Audio Books

Robert L. Koenig, a contributing correspondent for Science magazine, has written about German topics for more than two decades, covering stories ranging from the fall of the Berlin Wall to revelations of atrocities in Nazi-era scientific research. He also conducted archival research into the history of germ warfare during his three years as publications director of a leading microbiology research laboratory near Washington, DC.

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The Fourth Horseman: One Man’s Secret Mission to Wage the Great War in America, by Robert Koenig 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 The Fourth Horseman: One Man’s Secret Mission to Wage the Great War in America by Robert Koenig January 2007

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