A Holocaust survivor fights a Nazi conspiracy in the jungles of Brazil. In 1939, Erick Von Roesler was spreading Hitler's gospel in Brazil when duty to the Reich called him home. He distinguished himself during the war, organizing slave labor camps, overseeing executions, and manning the gas chambers of Buchenwald, but in 1945 he felt it necessary to leave the land of his birth. His enthusiasm for the German cause undimmed, he returned to South America to remake the continent in the image of the fallen Reich. For help, he called on Hans Busch, a master propagandist who came south from New York with $2 million earmarked for the Nazi revival. But this squat, unkempt, little man was not the Nazi he claimed to be. Hans Busch was merely a nom de guerre for Holocaust survivor Ari Schoenberg, who had come to take his revenge. With the help of Interpol's José Da Silva, he would dismantle the new Reich from the inside out.