Catalog Record: Uncle Sam's Devil's island : experiences of a conscientious objector in America during the World war | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Uncle Sam's Devil's island : experiences of a conscientious objector in America during the World war / by Philip Grosser.

Main Author: Grosser, Philip, 1890-1933.
Related Names: Block, H. , Berkman, Alexander 1870-1936., Blackwell, Alice Stone 1857-1950.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston, Mass. : The Excelsior Press, Inc., 1933.
Subjects: United States Penitentiary, Alcatraz Island, California.
Anarchists > United States.
Military prisons > California > Alcatraz Island.
Conscientious objectors > United States > Personal narratives.
Note: Introductory material by Alice Stone Blackwell, Alexander Berkman, and Harry Block.
"Published by a group of friends."
Imprint from inside back cover.
Physical Description: [16], 26 p. : port. ; 19 cm.
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