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Author: Stephen Fox
ISBN13: 978-0820449142
Title: America's Invisible Gulag: A Biography of German American Internment & Exclusion in World War II: Memory & History
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Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (July 18, 2000)
Pages: 379

America's Invisible Gulag: A Biography of German American Internment & Exclusion in World War II: Memory & History by Stephen Fox



One of the least-known aspects of World War II is the internment of German enemy aliens in the United States. Fox concludes that rather than offering a reasonable assessment of the aliens’ danger to United States internal security. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

America's Invisible Gulag book. One of the least-known aspects of World War II is the internment of German �enemy aliens� in the United States. Fox concludes that rather than offering a reasonable assessment of the aliens' danger to United States internal securit One of the least-known aspects of World War II is the internment of German �enemy aliens� in the United States.

America's invisible gulag. a biography of German American internment & exclusion in World War II : memory and history. Published 2000 by Peter Lang in New York. New German-American studies , Neue e Studien ;, vol. 23, New German-American studies ;, v. 23. Genre. xxiv, 379 p. : Number of pages.

One of the least-known aspects of World War II is the internment of German "enemy aliens" in the United States. A Biography of German American Internment & Exclusion in World War II: Memory & History. Stephen Fox. 2000. 6 Estimated 10K+ Copies Sold.

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America's Invisible Gulag: A Biography of German American Internment and Exclusion in World War II. New York: Peter Lang, 2000. --. Uncivil Liberties: Italian Americans Under Siege During World War II. Parkland, FL: Universal Publishers, 2000. Undue Process: The Untold Story of America's German Alien Internees. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1997.

In 2000 Fox published America's Invisible Gulag: A Biography of German American Internment and Exclusion in World War II: Memory and History. It has been replaced by Fear Itself: Inside the FBI Roundup of German Americans during World War II. (ISBN 0595351689), which incorporates new information. His work Uncivil liberties: Italian Americans Under Siege during World War II. ISBN 1-58112-754-5 was also published in 2000. It replaces The Unknown Internment, which is out of print.

In 2000 Fox published America's Invisible Gulag: A Biography of German American Internment and Exclusion in World War II: Memory and History ISBN 0-8204-4914-8. It has been replaced by Fear Itself: Inside the FBI Roundup of German Americans during World War II (ISBN 0595351689), which incorporates new information. His work Uncivil liberties: Italian Americans Under Siege during World War II ISBN 1-58112-754-5 was also published in 2000. Fox's latest non-fiction book is Homeland Insecurity: Aliens, Citizens, and the Challenge.

One of the least-known aspects of World War II is the internment of German «enemy aliens» in the United States. This narrative goes beyond other internment studies in its use of internee interviews and access to Justice and War Department personnel files. Fox concludes that rather than offering a reasonable assessment of the aliens’ danger to United States internal security, the Justice Department incarcerated them – and excluded several hundred United States citizens – because of their German backgrounds, alleged disloyal statements and associations, socioeconomic class, or their characters and personalities.