An Insight into Civilian Internment in Britain during WWI


From the Diary of Richard Noschke and a short essay by Rudolf Rocker. Fully revised 2nd edition (1998). During the First World War a large number of German civilians resident in Britain were interned for the duration and subsequently repatriated. This book is illustrated with contemporary photographs and contains the diary of an internee held at Stratford in East London, Alexandra Palace in North London and then repatriated via Holland, and an essay by the well-known socialist author Rudolf Rocker, an internee at Alexandra Palace, on the life of the prisoners there. 68 pages (A4) with many illustrations. For civilian internment see also ANG-S5 and ANG-P4.

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Supplied by: Anglo-German Family History Society

Format: Book

Product Ref: ANG-S2