Hitler Called Him "The New Noah": Andrew Higgins and the Boats That Won WWII

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Eisenhower said D-Day never would have happened without this man's boat that came out of the swamps of Louisiana. Here's the story of Andrew Higgins, the brash and bold Irishman whose boat building plants employed 1 out of every 5 Louisianans during the war and helped seal the fate of the Third Reich and Imperial Japan.

Here telling the story is Nancy and Carol. Check out their book about Higgins HERE.