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A small group of World War II political dissidents reveal how they survived what they called America’s Siberia Concentration Camp. Before the Vietnam War Americans considered conscientious objectors equal to criminals. This book sheds much needed light on the little known conscientious objector camp at Germfask, Michigan, how the local community responded to the camp, and how opinions have changed.
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