Portland State University. Department of History
Franklin C. West
Date of Publication
Master of Arts (M.A.) in History
World War (1939-1945) -- Secret service -- Germany, German Espionage-- United States
1 online resource (185 p.)
This thesis addresses the topic of German espionage in the United States between 1935 and 1945. It examines what the expectations were for Germany's spies in America, their activities, and the success or failure of their operations. In addition, the reaction of the American public to these spies is also studied, as well as the response to what was perceived as a threat to the United States from Nazi Germany.
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Miller, Joan Irene, "Spies in America : German espionage in the United States, 1935-1945" (1984). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3579.