In the mid-1930s, just as the United States was embarking on a policy of neutrality, Nazi Germany launched a program of espionage against the unwary nation. Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones's fascinating history provides the first full account of Nazi spies in 1930s America and how they were exposed in a high-profile FBI case that became a national sensation.
Preface 1. Lonkowski's Legacy 2. Jessie Jordan 3. Murder in the McAlpin 4. Enter Leon Turrou 5. Crown Identified 6. Tales of Hofmann 7. Avoiding a High Court Trial 8. What Griebl Knew 9. Miss Moog Says No 10. A Season of Inquiry 11. The Flight of the Spies 12. Blame Games 13. Dismissed with Prejudice 14. Seeking the Evidence 15. The Nazi Spy Trial 16. Of Propaganda and Revenge 17. Spy Sequels 18. The Case Named for Duquesne 19. Pfeiffer's Story Dramatis Personae Notes Bibliography Index