A review of The Prison Called Hohenasperg: An American boy betrayed by his Government during World War II, is contained on page 485 (The Manley Arts review) of the American Library Association's Booklist Magazine of November 1, 1999. Statements from this and other reviews follow:
The Prison Called Hohenasperg..."book is an important one. This modest tome opens up a disgraceful chapter in our history for all to see." Booklist Magazine (American Library Association)
The Prison Called Hohenasperg is a story of an..."American tragedy is great reading and an important addition to...collections about WWII." Kansas Libraries
The Prison Called Hohenasperg tells us..."one of the primary purposes of the internment program was to provide the U.S. Government with leverage in negotiations with Berlin for the return of persons of the Americas who were interned by the Third Reich." The Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies
Please give consideration to adding this important book to your education and library system. It is the culmination of almost 15 years of research. I am delighted to announce that The Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island National Monument project requested two autographed copies of this book for the Ellis Island Library and the Oral History Project.
You may order this book online from uPublish.com. It is also available through your favorite bookseller or Amazon.com, Borders.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and INGRAM wholesaler of books to booksellers and libraries.
November 22, 2000