BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC: Too Close for Comfort

For the first time the baffling, purposeful osmosis of the German U-boat campaign sent its seepage into the life streams of the North American Continent. Already the beaches of the Atlantic were stained with the brown blood of ships that could not be spared. Now oily hemorrhages spread on the flats of two great rivers. One of them was the St. Lawrence. Between its wildly beautiful banks, in the midriff of stubbornly isolationist Quebec, the German crept and waited. He nailed two ships in inland waters, and Quebec began searching its...

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