General Erwin Rommel’s death and cremation is recorded as taking place in Germany. This book is about his death and burial actually happening in the British Protectorate of Nyasa land which is now called Malawi. It was to here Rommel escaped in October 1944 from Germany using the pseudonym of Meyer. In Africa Rommel left behind a secret family first in South Africa and then in Malawi.
Evidence presented in this book has now connected the outstanding similarity of seven different events recorded over an 18 year period. They include evidence given by reliable different sources and still living family members. The most credible and compelling interview included is with a British Barrister-at-Law. Proposals for the ultimate scientific evidence of Erwin Rommel’s final resting place are presented in the book’s conclusion.