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INDEX

Introduction

CHAPTER 1: John Donovan, Shell’s nightmare

CHAPTER 2: An unscrupulous Shell executive

CHAPTER 3: Donovan vs Shell litigation

CHAPTER 4: Shell hypocrisy

CHAPTER 5: Shell corporate espionage in the run-up to the Smart trial

CHAPTER 6: Shell Smart Trial at The Royal Courts of Justice

CHAPTER 7: A biased High Court Judge who resigned in controversial circumstances

CHAPTER 8: Peace treaty shattered by Shell

CHAPTER 9: Shell did not just steal our ideas

CHAPTER 10: Domain name battle with Shell

CHAPTER 11: Shell insider information

CHAPTER 12: Shell corporate espionage in more recent years

CHAPTER 13: What prompted the more recent sinister activity?

CHAPTER 14: Shell Intellectual Property Theft

CHAPTER 15: Assisting third parties to challenge Shell

CHAPTER 16: Our activities caught the attention of the news media

CHAPTER 17: News story in February 2015: Shell ship named after a Nazi SS Officer

1984 Shell Make Money Game Created And Supplied By Don Marketing

Shell Mastermind Promotional Game Created And Supplied By Don Marketing

Shell Make Merry Harrods Linked Promotional Game Created And Supplied By Don Marketing

Shell Bruce’s Lucky Deal Promotional Game Created And Supplied By Don Marketing

Shell Star Trek Promotion Created And Supplied By Don Marketing

Don Marketing Roll Call of Promotional Games

TV SCREENSHOTS RELATING TO DON MARKETING

HIGH COURT TRIAL INDEX PAGE: John Alfred Donovan v. Shell UK Ltd

Don Marketing Promotional Posters Online Archive

Don Marketing Website Archival Information

Mirror Image of archival information relating to the Don Marketing / Shell litigation dating back over two decades

Copy of archival information relating to Shell’s Sakhalin II debacle

Selection of webpage header images from RoyalDutchShellPlc.com

Don Marketing Brochures

shellplc.website and its sister non-profit websites royaldutchshellplc.com, royaldutchshellgroup.com, shellenergy.website, shellnazihistory.com, royaldutchshell.website, johndonovan.website, shellnews.net and shell2004.com are owned by John Donovan. There is also a Wikipedia feature.