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Also of Interest Go, Flight! Rick Houston and Milt Heflin. And it had been shockingly easy. While war raged in Europe, Americans watched from afar, unthreatened by the danger overseas.

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Yet the United States was riddled with networks of German spies hiding in plain sight. The attack on New York Harbor was only one part of their plans: secret anthrax facilities were located just ten miles from the White House; bombs were planted on ships, hidden in buildings, and mailed to the country's civic and business leaders; and an underground syndicate helped potential terrorists obtain fake IDs, housing, and money. President Woodrow Wilson knew an attack of this magnitude was possible, and yet nothing was done to stop it. Americans, feeling buffered by miles of ocean and burgeoning prosperity, had ignored the mounting threat.

That all changed on a warm summer evening in late July, when the island in New York Harbor called Black Tom exploded, setting alight a vast store of munitions destined for the front.

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Their hunt for justice would take them undercover to Europe, deep into the shadowy world of secret agents and double-crosses, through the halls of Washington and the capitals of Europe. It would challenge their beliefs in right and wrong. And they would discover a sinister plot so vast it could hardly have been imagined--a conspiracy that stretched from downtown Manhattan to the very heart of Berlin.

And much of the atmosphere and rhetoric in play years ago remains eerily similar to discussions surrounding national security and immigration today. This is their story.

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Flag as inappropriate. It syncs automatically with your account and allows you to read online or offline wherever you are. Please follow the detailed Help center instructions to transfer the files to supported eReaders. More featuring espionage. See more. Bill Mills. Two weeks before the U. The country, overcome by a wave of patriotic fervor, had also become gripped with fear and uncertainty of the influx of immigrants from the very countries with which the country was now at war. The idea received quick approval and caught on like wildfire. Soon thousands of volunteers in every major industry, trade and profession were on the alert nationwide, maintaining surveillance and investigating cases for the Department of Justice Bureau of Investigation.

They would grow to become , strong. Written as a real-life adventure story, The League reveals how the organization began, the manner in which it operated, and the varied missions that it performed on behalf of the U. It is an extraordinary chapter in American history, when almost any citizen could receive official credentials as a volunteer investigator. Donald R. Officers of these organizations are the most frequent correspondents.

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American Protective League. Minute Men Division. Precinct 1 records by American Protective League in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide Correspondence, bulletins, minutes and other material, record book, and membership roll. A summary of the activities of the New Orleans division of the American protective league by American Protective League Book 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide.

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