Target: America: Hitler's Plan to Attack the United States

Target America Hitler s Plan to Attack the United States James Duffy examines military research in Germany during World War II which could have provided the means for direct attacks on the United States discusses the evidence that German strategic planners

  • Title: Target: America: Hitler's Plan to Attack the United States
  • Author: James P. Duffy
  • ISBN: 9781592289349
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
  • James Duffy examines military research in Germany during World War II which could have provided the means for direct attacks on the United States, discusses the evidence that German strategic planners did work on plans for such an attack.

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    One thought on “Target: America: Hitler's Plan to Attack the United States

    1. Dave

      James Duffy's "Target America" is an interesting, if sometimes uneven, look at how the Germans aspired to attack the United States during World War II. He chronicles several different efforts the Nazis undertook -- long-range aircraft nicknamed "America Bombers;" early versions of ICBMs based on the V-1 and V-2 weapon design; U-boats armed with missile launchers -- in hopes of taking the war back to the American homeland. While almost all of these plans never came close to fruition, Duffy does a [...]

    2. Luke Hughes

      Despite sensationalist title and art this seems a reasonably well grounded exploration of a very "out there" topic. The short summary is that the Germans did a fair amount of imaginative thinking, much of it unrealistic, but not all but that nothing got past the prototype stage. That being said a raid or two on the U.S. In the spirit of the Doolittle Raid, but the impact would have been similarly limited to distracting Americans rather than causing substantive damage.So the four stars is for the [...]

    3. Fredrick Danysh

      Even prior to World War II, Hitler was planning for the invasion of America and domination of the war as discussed in his second book. Duffey does a decent job of dissecting Hitler's invasion plan and tying world events into it. Many drawings and schematics and drawings from the plan are included. The author worked from copy five of ten of the original plan. An excellent dissertation of a little known historical document.

    4. Kym Robinson

      Found within these entertaining pages is no comprehensive text but instead it covers a period in history where two German leaders entertained the potential idea of invading or at least attacking mainland USA, the main focus is on Hitler's Germany and its more fantastic suggested schemes. Most are early stage plans where nothing left the drawing board>A good read which can help one to look for further reading on this topic.65 %

    5. Shane

      Great book, easy to read with lots of information that is to the point. I've studied Adolf Hitler in great detail for several years and this is one of the better books and it sheds light on a subject (domestic attack on USA) that is not covered often or in some cases at all. Anyone wanting to learn about Hitler or a World War II buff needs to check this out.

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