The Allies Suffered A “Little Pearl Harbor” In WWII – And It Led To A Big U.S. Cover-Up

It’s the winter of 1943 and although World War II continues to rage across Europe, a fragile peace has descended on the Italian port town of Bari. Miles from the front to the north, the occupying Allies imagine themselves far from harm – until one December morning a wing of German bombers unleashes chaos from above. In the days that follow, the death toll from the raid will continue to mount, sparking a military cover-up at the highest of levels.