Undue Process by Arnold Krammer
The Untold Story of American's German Alien Internees

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The shocking story of America's treatment of German aliens during World War II is revealed by prominent historian Arnold Krammer in Undue Process. Using extensive primary research, including interviews with former prisoners and recently released government documents, Krammer illuminates the government's motives and methods and exposes the quality of life in the camps.

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Arnold Krammer is professor of history at Texas A & M University and the author of the highly acclaimed Nazi Prisoners of War in America. He lives in College Station, Texas.
Published December 28, 1997 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.. 224 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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Although the internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans in prison camps during WWII is well known, few historians have dealt with the imprisonment of thousands of Germans and German Americans in federal detention camps.

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