The Baltimore Sabotage Cell
German Agents, American Traitors, and the U-boat Deutschland During World War I
By the summer of 1915 Germany was faced with two major problems in fighting World War I: how to break the British blockade and how to stop or seriously disrupt the British supply line across the Atlantic. Th e solution to the former was to find a way over, through, or under it. Aircraft in those days were too primitive ...
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