America at War

America at War

Volume IX, World War II

DVD - 2007
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Last secrets of the Axis: "Behind the most nortorious men of the Nazi regime stood the little-known geography professor Karl Haushofer, who coined the term 'geopolitics, ' and whose obsession with Japan's cults and secret societies may have shaped Hitler's vision of global Aryan domination. Other Axis secrets included German and Italian support of a coup in Iraq that had the goal of establishing a Persian Gulf base for Japanese submarines"--Container.
USS Eagle 56: accident or target?: "In April 1945 as the Allies closed in on Berlin, the USS Eagle 56, a World War I-era ship towing targets for torpedo bombers off the coast of Maine suddenly exploded, killing forty-nine officers. The U.S. Government insisted it was an accident. Now, sixty years later, the government has confirmed that the USS Eagle 56 was sunk by a German submarine in U.S. waters as the Reich's final act of agression"--Container.


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