Fighting Germany's Spies

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Kessinger Publishing, Sep 1, 2004 - History - 308 pages
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1918. Illustrated. Strother's narrative is intended to bring home to the public in a detailed and convincing manner the character of the German activities in the United States. Contents: The inside story of the passport frauds and the first glimpse of Werner Horn; the inside story of Werner Horn and the first glimpse of the ship bombs; Robert Fay and the ship bombs; The inside story of the Captain of the Eitel Friedrich; James J.F. Archibald and his pro-German activities; A tale told in telegrams; German codes and ciphers; The Tiger of Berlin meets the Wolf of Wall Street; The American Protective League; The German-Hindu conspiracy; and Dr. Scheele, chemical spy.

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