Remember how we left World War II out of Episode E: Espionage? Here's why! There's so much cool information that we needed to separate it from the rest. You're getting not one, not two, but THREE episodes to tell you about Nazis in New York City. Yes, Nazi spies walked the streets of New York and worked to undermine the Allied effort during World War II.
There were two major espionage efforts by the Third Reich, and in Part I of Episode N, Kate and Kathleen tell you all about the Duquesne Spy Ring. This story is amazing on many levels. You'll meet the first double agent in FBI history, William Sebold, who was an astonishingly brave and clever guy. You'll meet their leader, ultra- spy extraordinaire Fredrick "Fritz" Joubert Duquesne, whose life story could have easily filled up three episodes. Last, you'll hear about some of the THIRTY- THREE spies who were brought to justice-- the most convictions for a single spy ring in American history.
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