SS-Sturmbannführer Günter Ehrlichmann has been called to a meeting with the Führer. Hitler tells him he must go and find out why the wunderwaffe (wonder weapon) currently being worked on by scientist Rotwang has yet to be delivered as promised. Ehrlichmann discovers that Rotwang's Bell is a dimension portal. When a slave worker is sent through it as a test but refuses to return, Ehrlichmann is sent after her... and finds himself in a time and place he had not expected. Set in an alternate WWII in which Ultima Thule has fed advanced technology to the Nazis, and as a result, they are winning the war, Ehrlichmann actions prove to have profound consequences.
Described by Lavie Tidhar, author of Osama, as having "the same sense of ironic – and inevitable - denouement as Adrift on the Sea of Rains". This story was originally published in Vivisepulture, edited by Andy Remic and Wayne Simmons (Anarchy Press, December 2011).
A signed and numbered 24-page chapbook, limited to twelve copies only.