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Reichsburger Resurgence-bookcover

By: Michael Finlayson

Reichsburger Resurgence

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The Reichsbürger Movement (Citizens of the Reich) have been gaining momentum in Germany for some time. This was witnessed by us all in December 2022 when German Polizei raided several locations arresting leading figures within the country including an aristocrat, a member of parliament and military figures to name but a few. Almost half of arrests took place in the southern states of Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria. The Movement’s strategy was to overthrow the current federal government and replace it using violence if necessary.

“Reichsbürger Resurgence” commences slightly earlier in September / October 2022, as investigations initially focussing on a diamond smuggling operation soon progress into a credible threat of international consequence. It becomes apparent the Reichsbürger Movement have a sophisticated operation deep in the hills of Bavaria which following decades of planning as far back as WW2 is only days away from full implementation to not simply overthrow the Federal government but world domination their ultimate goal.

The efforts of a small group of individuals faced with the task of preventing the success of the Reichsbürger plot is told here and just perhaps some of the information gleaned from these events aid the authorities in the near future. Fact can indeed be stranger than fiction at times!

Michael Finlayson was born into a Glasgow working-class family. Leaving school aged fifteen, he secured an apprenticeship at British Rail as a mechanical fitter. He moved to Nottingham, followed by Merseyside, pursuing various self-employed roles in the motor industry, road haulage, and finally joinery manufacture. A brief spell in aircraft engineering added to his diversification.


His interests are railways and photography. He has had published articles in various railway magazines over the years.

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  • Vicky Triggs

    Just finished reading Michael Finlayson's novel detailed above. I trust you accept reviews via email. I found the story to be a compelling tale throughout. The plot weaved between the various characters seamlessly with a justifiable belief these events could without doubt actually happen with the incessant march of technology today. I do hope there is a sequel in the future, there certainly deserves to be. A big well done to the author.

  • Nelson Taylor

    Great Book which is part fiction and part factual. Really enjoyed it.

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