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The Black Room
The Black Room
Author: Colin Wilson
ISBN-13: 9780515038873
ISBN-10: 0515038873
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 380
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Publisher: Pyramid Books
Book Type: Paperback
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"Was Hitler's ideal so wrong?"
This was the terrifying question posed by Station K, an anti-political espionage organization owing allegiance to no government. Their brilliant Nazi leader was driven with one goal in mind: to take the principles which best personified the GREATNESS of Adolph Hitler, and with them conquer the world.

He created the black room, a form of consciousness expanding, and the most demoralizing torture devised by man. A torture which threatened to overthrow the spy networks of two powerful nations. In the eyes of the demonic leader of Station K, we live not in an atomic age, but the age of espionage.

A Trade Union for Spies!
Their Name: Station K
Their Goal: World Dominance through Espionage!
Their Creed: Hitler was right!
Their Weapon: The black room

A young musician pits his creative genius against the diabolical weapon only to find himself a valuable commodity on the espionage market of the world.

Fast paced thriller of startling imagination,. Explains for the first time the "psychic cell" technique revealed by Alexander M. Dolgun in his harrowing story of Soviet Prison Life.