It's early 1942 and an unprepared America is at war. The Japanese are rampaging through the Pacific and Asia while Hitler controls most of Europe. And the war has come to the very shores of America as Nazi U-boats ravage the shipping along the virtually undefended Atlantic coast. But like their ancestors at Lexington, Concord and North Bridge, determined farmers and merchants and just average men stood as citizen soldiers to face the peril using whatever was at hand to defend their homes as the Minute Men had done. This is the story of Barry Fitzsimmons, a retired businessman, and Fritz Rohwer, a U-boat captain, and their battle off the coast of Cape Cod.
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