The director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation John Edgar Hoover talks about enemy agents in the United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:2 min 5 sec Sound:Yes
A dramatization depicts the presence of German submarines off the Atlantic Coast, equipped with explosives. View of German submarines in the ocean. A man in a laboratory prepares explosives of the type brought by the saboteurs that landed in the United States, having transported by German submarine. They are blocks of TNT with some disguised to look like hunks of coal. Paddy wagons with military guards entering a facility. View inside the paddy wagons of German agents ("submarine saboteurs") are brought to a military trial. Agents sit in a room during the trial. Military judges are seen seated during the trial proceedings. View of a wall of file cabinets and a hand reaching into a cabinet marked "secret." Past events show Adolf Hitler in meetings with his staff. An animated map shows Nazi symbol overlaying an outline of the United States. A United States flag in the background. The director of the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) John Edgar Hoover in the United States. He sits at a desk in his office. He talks about enemy agents at the time of World War II and the victory of the United States over them.
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