Nazi Saboteurs: Hitler's Secret Attack on America by Samantha Seiple audiobook

Nazi Saboteurs: Hitler's Secret Attack on America: Hitler’s Secret Attack on America

By Samantha Seiple
Read by R. C. Bray

Scholastic Inc 9781338259148
3.54 Hours Unabridged
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A gripping tale of the little-known Nazi plot to attack on American soil, and the brave individuals who got in the way. In 1942, amid a growing German threat, Nazi agents infiltrated the United States in hopes of destroying American infrastructure and sowing panic throughout the nation. Nazi Saboteurs tells the nail-biting tale of this daring plot, buried in history, for young readers for the first time. Black-and-white historical photos throughout paint a picture of a nation on edge, the FBI caught unawares, and the incredible capture of eight dangerous criminals. A thrilling historical narrative for WWII buffs, reluctant readers, and adventure junkies.

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A gripping tale of the little-known Nazi plot to attack on American soil, and the brave individuals who got in the way.
In 1942, amid a growing German threat, Nazi agents infiltrated the United States in hopes of destroying American infrastructure and sowing panic throughout the nation. Nazi Saboteurs tells the nail-biting tale of this daring plot, buried in history, for young
readers for the first time. Black-and-white historical photos throughout paint a picture of a nation on edge, the FBI caught
unawares, and the incredible capture of eight dangerous criminals. A thrilling historical narrative for WWII buffs, reluctant readers,
and adventure junkies.

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Author Bio: Samantha Seiple

Author Bio: Samantha Seiple

Samantha Seiple is the author of several books, including Lincoln’s Spymaster: Allan Pinkerton, America’s First Private Eye, a 2015 Junior Library Guild Selection; Ghosts in the Fog: The Untold Story of Alaska’s WWII Invasion; and Byrd & Igloo: A Polar Adventure. She has worked as a competitive intelligence specialist for a Fortune 500 company, as a librarian, and as a production editor and copy editor. Her education includes degrees in English, journalism, and library and information science.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/History
Runtime: 3.54
Audience: Children (8–12)
Language: English