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Deemed suspect : a wartime blunder

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Deemed suspect : a wartime blunder
Call No: 971.004 K76d

Call Number971.004 K76d
Dates[1980]; ©1980
Statement of ResponsibilityEric Koch.
Creators & ContributorsKoch, Eric (author)
Koch, Eric (subject)
SummaryAccount of life in the various Canadian internment camps and the struggles by inmates and a group of dedicated Canadians on the outside to help them gain their freedom.
ContentsPart One
  • Panic
    • Britain and the Refugees
    • Tribunals
    • The Enemy Within
  • Internment
    • The English Camps
    • The Case for the Government
  • The Canadian Connection
  • The Prison Ships
    • The Ettrick
    • Celebrity Passengers
    • The Sobieski
    • Hanfstaengl
    • The Duchess of York
    • The Arandora Star
    • The Dunera
Part Two
  • The "Enemy Paratroopers" Arrive
    • Bewilderment in Ottawa
  • You'll Get Used to It
    • The Plains of Abraham
    • Northern Delights
    • The Sports Stadium
    • The Fortress
    • Arrival in the Forest
    • The Rabbi With the Axe
    • The Little Third Reich on Lake Superior
  • Military Government
    • The "Official" Lists
  • Sherbrooke
    • A Love Story
    • The Sergeant-Major
    • The Case of the Illicit Correspondence
    • The New Commandant
  • The Camp Experience
    • Learning Behind Barbed Wire
    • The Flowering of the Arts
    • The Gay Life
    • Ordination
    • The Party Line
    • Random Impressions
Part Three
  • The Curtain Rises
    • The Emergence of Friends
    • Alexander Paterson
    • Return to England
    • Knocking at the Gates
    • A Man Called Blair
    • The First Releases
  • The New Status
    • Trouble in Farnham
  • The Final Phase
    • The General and the Rabbi
    • The Toolmakers and the Censors
    • Release of a V.I.P.
    • The Rear Guard
    • Friendly Aliens
Physical Description xv, 272 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherToronto : Methuen
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
RecognitionGifted by Elizabeth Kavanagh