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December 7th 1941, a date that did more then just pull the United States into W. W. II. This day mobilized a nation and changed the lives of millions of Americans forever. Men and women from all walks of life had only one question that needed to be answered, "What can I do to help win this war?" For many, around 11 million, the answer was easy, put on the uniforms of this country and fight. However, not all were physically fit enough to be a Soldier, Sailor, Marine or Coast Guardsman; so they had to find another way. The stories in this CD volume will tell you how Harry Nile with his 4-F draft rating found his way to contribute to the war effort while at the same time and in his own small way ensure that the folks on the Homefront didn't forget the true principals of the Democracy their sons were fighting for.

CHAPTER THIRTEEN: THE EFFECT - The war in Europe is over, in the Pacific the Allies are getting ready for the invasion of the Japanese Islands with low estimates for loss of life being around a million souls. Harry Nile isn't aware of that number when he's asked to guard a brand new invention that could shorten the war and cut the number of deaths by hundreds of thousands. It's not the Atomic Bomb.

CHAPTER FOURTEEN: THE NAZI NEXT DOOR - It's December 1941, a little over two weeks since Pearl Harbor and Hitler's declaration of war against the US, but has the Fuhrer been laying the groundwork for an American invasion for quite some time? Harry Nile's new client thinks so and that his next-door neighbor is in the advanced force.


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