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U-Boats Offshore: When Hitler Struck America (edition 1990)
U-Boats Offshore: When Hitler Struck America by Edwin Palmer Hoyt
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America nearly lost World War II. Not at Pearl Harbor nor in the land battles of Europe; but, on the U.S. doorstep. In early 1942, with shocking suddenness, German U-boats began sinking U.S. ships off the East Coast faster than Americans could fill them. Soon the ocean was spewing oil and wreckage and human bodies. A defense was quickly mounted. This is the story of the Americans who waged a relentless fight to drive the Nazi menace from U.S. shores.
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