German landings in Canada
graemebr-1 from Canada
17 February 2017
By the fall of 1942, German U-boats had struck deep into the mighty St.
Lawrence River, sinking 21 ships and killing more than 250 people.
Germany had reached its goal. It had effectively shut down the St.
Lawrence River to all Canadian convoys destined for Great Britain. The
people living along the St. Lawrence began fearing the worst - a German
This is the untold story of spies who landed on Canadian shores and of
a mysterious submarine landing that remained secret for more than 35
Including exclusive interviews with the only surviving Germans who
landed during World War II, and the chambermaid who unmasked a German
spy in a small village on the Gaspé peninsula.
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