Dark Invasion By Howard Blum



Dark Invasion By Howard Blum


“Dark Invasion” by Howard Blum is a gripping historical account set during World War I. The book delves into a little-known aspect of the war: the German espionage campaign on American soil. 

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  • Setting: World War I, primarily in the United States
  • Focus: German espionage and sabotage efforts on American soil
  • Main Character: NYPD Captain Tom Tunney
    • Role: Leader of a team dedicated to uncovering and stopping German spies
  • Key Themes:
    • Espionage and counter-espionage during wartime
    • The impact of German sabotage on American industries and infrastructure
    • The tension between national security and civil liberties
  • Narrative Style:
    • Blends meticulous historical research with a novelistic, suspenseful narrative
  • Significance:
    • Sheds light on a little-known chapter of American history
    • Explores the challenges and intricacies of domestic security during a global conflict
  • Additional Elements:
    • Detailed accounts of specific espionage plots and how they were thwarted
    • Insight into the methods and motivations of both the German agents and the American counterintelligence efforts
    • Richly drawn characters and vivid scenes that bring the historical period to life
  • Overall: A compelling read for history buffs and fans of spy thrillers, highlighting the hidden battles fought on American soil during World War I.

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Weight 525 g

Howard Blum





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