GERMANY: Black Tom Lemon Juice

Did secret agents of Imperial Germany rattle Wall Street windows, kill three U. S. citizens and scare the whole country by touching off the terrific Black Tom munitions explosion eight months before the U. S. entered the War? Did German agents also cause the Kingsland munitions fire?

On Nov. 14, 1930 the German-American Mixed Claims Commission decided the Black Tom and Kingsland cases in Germany's favor. Recently the U. S. Government produced fresh evidence, attempted to reopen the case, proffered a copy of a Blue Book Magazine on the margins of which an...

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