Spies, Espionage, and Explosions follow the scheming plans of Germany’s war-time leader, Kaiser Wilhelm II, to take over North America. After establishing a vast network of informants for decades, he sends two of his top spies to orchestrate a series of sabotage operations throughout Canada and the US, culminating in the largest of all: The 1917 Halifax Explosion. From the destruction of munitions operations and railways to the burning of the Canadian Parliament Buildings, this story weaves a tale of intrigue and betrayal that the history books won’t tell you.
The American British Ambassador Sir Cecil Spring-Rice is based in Washington DC. His North American team of British agents and US Pinkerton agents continually are trying to sabotage the devious German plots throughout Canada and the United States. Using real historical documents and a brilliantly constructed political world, this gripping historical fiction is so potent, it might just convince you it’s true.
THE SAME GROUP OF GERMAN AGENTS CAUSE:
(1) 1915 Explosion of munitions vessel in Seattle being sent to Russian Front
(2) 1915/1917 Explosions of munition plants and bridges in Canada and United States
(3) 1916 Black Tom Explosion, storage munition supplies in New York City
(4) 1916 Explosion of the Canadian Parliament Buildings
(5) 1917 Halifax Explosion in Halifax NS. Canada.
THE MOST INCREDIBLE EVENTS IN THIS STORY
ARE THE ONES THAT ACTUALLY TOOK PLACE
GERMANS LIVING IN UNITED STATES WERE MORE THAN TOTAL POPULATION OF CANADA
2019 LARGEST ETHNIC GROUP IN UNITED STATES RANK #1 GERMAN 14.7%
2019 LARGEST ETHNIC GROUP IN CANADA RANK #6 GERMAN 9.64%