By Philip Francis Nowlan
The unique dollar Rogers novella from 1928! Mining engineer Anthony Rogers is trapped via a mine cave in and falls right into a kingdom of suspended animation a result of presence of radioactive gases. He awakens approximately years later, to a usa that has been conquered by means of the chinese language. utilizing his 20th-century army wisdom, he is helping the down-trodden american citizens take again their nation.
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The Boss says that none of the others will object if we go after them. Now show me again how you worked that business in the Argonne forest. The conditions ought to be pretty much the same. I went over it with him in detail, and gradually we worked out a modified plan that would be better adapted to our more powerful weapons, and the use of jumpers. "It will be easy," Bill exulted. " During the first two weeks of my stay with the Wyomings, Wilma Deering and I saw a great deal of each other. I naturally felt a little closer friendship for her, in view of the fact that she was the first human being I saw after waking from my long sleep.
Then the work of destruction began systematically. Back and forth traveled the destroying rays, ploughing parallel furrows from hillside to hillside. We gasped in dismay. Wilma and I, as time after time we saw it plough through sections where we knew camps or plants were located. "This is awful," she moaned, a terrified question in her eyes. "How could they know the location so exactly, Tony? Did you see? They were never in doubt. " We did not talk of what might happen if the rays were turned in our direction.