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America: Hitler'S Plan to Attack the United States

James Duffy

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Rowman and Littlefield
30 March 2021
Did Hitler mean to pursue a conquest greater than Europe? In this startling reassessment of Hitler's strategic aims, military historian James P. Duffy argues that Hitler intended to attack America once he had achieved his ambitions in the Eurasian heartland. Detailed here for the first time are the Third Reich's plans for worldwide deployment of secret weapons emerging from wartime research. Duffy also recounts other Axis schemes to attack American cities through the use of multistage missiles, submarine-launched rockets, and suicide missions against ships in the New York harbor. Taken together, these plans - detailed and documented here for the first time - reveal just how determined Germany and the Axis powers were to attack the United States.
By:   James Duffy
Imprint:   Rowman and Littlefield
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 140mm, 
ISBN:   9781493050147
ISBN 10:   1493050141
Pages:   208
Publication Date:   30 March 2021
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

James P. Duffy is the author more than fifteen books, most on military history, including Hitler's Secret Pirate Fleet: The Deadliest Ships of World War II and Target Hitler: The Plots to Kill Adolf Hitler.

Reviews for Target: America: Hitler'S Plan to Attack the United States

Engrossing coverage for readers interested in the weaponry what-ifs of World War II. --Booklist A solid analysis of Hitler's wartime plans to invade the United States. --World War II magazine A fascinating, topical and extremely well-documented book which brings to light a series of untold stories of World War II. --Alberto Roselli, The Anglo-French Conflict in North America, 1756-1763 Jim Duffy has given us an entertaining and insightful overview of Germany's attempts to lay a hand upon America. --Erik Lund, War for Every Day A fascinating account of the efforts by Hitler and Mussolini to develop the technical means to attack the U.S. mainland. --Diane Ravitch, The Language Police


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