Billy Jenkins: Europe's King of The Cowboys
Hugo N. Gerstl
Billy Jenkins’ career spans the years 1895-1954. He was King of the Cowboys,the most popular act in all Germany, hero of German pulp fiction – the lastgenuine hero of the “American” Wild West. Yet, like Karl May before him, he never set foot in America... Billy became one of the world’s earliest superstars. He thrilled millions between the two World Wars, built a palatial mansion on the hill in Berlin, complete with a dude ranch in his backyard. In 1932, after joining the Nazi Party, he became their favorite, and soon reached the pinnacle of his success – this, despite the fact that he was half-Jewish! As his star waned, not because he was Jewish but because his name sounded too American as Germany entered World War II, Billy rediscovered his Jewish roots, and… but that’s for the reader to find out. Hugo N. Gerstl, nationally famous American trial lawyer, world traveler and author of the best-sellers Scribe: The Only Female Pope, Amazing Grace: The Woman Pirate, The Motherland Trilogy: A Turkish Saga, Misfire, and Standoff, which so far have been translated into Portuguese, Czech, and Turkish, lives in Carmel, California with his wife Lorraine, a writer and teacher. Together they have raised five children, now grown.
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