The Temple of El Alamein is a compilation of World War II short stories from the perspective of the German military personnel. As the saying goes, the winner writes history, and these stories are the untold, unwritten part of the history of WWII. Taking place between 1940 and 1945, when the war was at its most violent peak, each story takes place in a different part of the world where Germans were fighting.
One story takes place in Egypt where soldiers find an ancient ruin that prove the existence of dinosaurs that helped build the Great Pyramids. Another story tells how one German fighter jet was able to take down a B-47 Stratojet 40,000 ft. in the air, far above what a fighter jet could achieve at the time.