This is a multi-part series on terrorism in America over a half century ago.

Shadow Enemies - Hitler's Secret Terrorist Plot Against the U.S.
by Alex Abella and Scott Gordon
Shadow Enemies unravels in stunning detail far-ranging conspiracy to commit terroristic violence on American soil. Even though hundreds were involved, even though well funded by a foreign government, even though diabolical and effective, you have likely never heard a single part of this amazing story. Two groups of saboteurs, highly trained by direction of the German High Command at a special school for sabotage near Berlin, carry cases of powerful explosives and nearly $150,000 in cash , were landed on the Long Island and Florida coast from submarines in 1942. Their orders were to blow up key plants and cause panic in large cities.
5¾" x 8¾" 320 pages, index, photos, paperbound
#448 Shadow Enemies $14.95
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 They Came to Destroy America
by Stan Cohen and Don DeNevi
The FBI goes to war against Nazi spies and saboteurs before and during World War II. Here are two Nazi saboteur capers: Pastorius and Pelican. See how both were discovered and dismantled. Find out how many hundreds of Nazi agents, spies,and sympathizers were active in the U.S. in the 1930s and early 40s, and how the FBI dealt with them. This book is basically a picture history with many never before published photos.
8½”x 11” 166 pages, fully illustrated, paperbound
#461 They Came to Destroy America $16.95
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Here are two volumes containing reproductions of Flashbacks cartoons:

Flashbacks Volume One
 A Cartoon of the District of Columbia Flashbacks Volume One Patrick M. Reynolds brings history to life with a sense of humor. His exciting drawings put you on the scene with the conflicts, madness, plus the wheeling and dealing that resulted in the location and construction of the U.S. capital city. This book covers the early history of DC from 1776 to 1863. You'll be surprised at how many cities served as the U.S. capital; you'll be amazed that the city was built--despite all the bickering, petty jealousies, and down-right stupidity.
11¾" x 7½" 106 pages, full color illustrations, index,
paperbound ISBN 0-932514-31-6
#F1 Cartoon History of DC $25.00A cartoon history of DC
  DC Neighborhoods Flashbacks Vol. Two Artist-writer Patrick M. Reynolds takes you to the Washington that tourists seldom see The U.S. capital expanded with the growth of public transportation into such areas as Shepard Park, Takoma Park, Chevy Chase, Kalorama, Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan, Capital Hill, LeDroit Park, Tenleytown, Brookland, and others. Stories in this book go back to the explorations of Capt. John Smith in the 1600s and the Indian Wars of early Virginia, continuing into the 20th century with the introduction of the cherry trees to Washington and the end of segregation in public schools.
11¾" x 7½" 106 pages, full color illustrations, index, paperbound ISBN 0-932514-33-2
#F2 Cartoon History of DC $14.95

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