The Airlords of Han
by Philip Francis Nowlan
Publisher: E. P. Co., Inc. 1927
Number of pages: 101
Nowlan's novella tells about America in the 25th century, conquered by Hans in 2109 A.D. and only now beginning to rebel. The Hans are invaders from Asia with highly advanced technology. They have great aircraft armed with disintegrator rays that turn whatever they hit into nothing.
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