Mangione, Jerre G. An Ethnic at Large; A Memoir of America in the Thirties and Forties. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1978. In this autobiography, Mangione (emeritus, English, U. of Pennsylvania) describes his experiences of growing up Sicilian in Rochester, his post-college years living in New York City and Greenwich Village, coming into adulthood in the […]
Meissner, Carlos. A Resilient Elite: German Costa Ricans and the Second World War. Two volumes. PhD thesis, University of York, 2010. (Available as a PDF through the author at email@example.com)
McBride, James J., 2003—The first residents of the Fort Stanton Internment Camp, New Mexico, were the German crew of the German luxury liner Columbus, who arrived in 1939, after scuttling their ship off the coast of Cuba.
Mitre, Antonio. Náufragos en tierra firme: bloqueo comercial, despojo y confinamiento de japoneses de Bolivia durante la Sequnda Guerra Mundial. Santa Cruz de la Sierra: Editorial El Pais, 2006.
Nightingale, Robert, author and editor. Camp Letters: 1942—1945. 2011. (A collection of letters between Bruno and Alice Stiller, the author’s grandparents, during Bruno Stiller’s internment.) Bruno Stiller was imprisoned shortly after the United States entered World War Two. He had left his parents’ home in Germany after the last war to start a new life. For the […]
Potter, Ursula Vogt. The Misplaced American. 1stbooks Library (now Authorhouse), 2003. (a family memoir) On December 9,1941, Karl Vogt, a German national residing in the United States, was abruptly taken from his home near Plaza, Washington by agents of the F.B.I. and eventually sent to internment camps located in North Dakota, Wisconsin, Oklahoma and finally Montana. […]
Rout, Jr., Leslie B. and John F. Bratzel. The Shadow War: German Espionage and United States Counterespionage in Latin America during World War II. (University Publications of America, Inc., Maryland, 1986), 28.) Buy Online
Russell, Jan Jarboe. The Train to Crystal City: FDR’s Secret Exchange Program and America’s Only Family Internment Camp during WW II. Scribner, 2015. The dramatic and never-before-told story of a secret FDR-approved American internment camp in Texas during World War II, where thousands of families—many US citizens—were incarcerated. From 1942 to 1948, trains delivered thousands of civilians […]
Schmitz, John Eric. Democracy Under Stress: The Internment of German-Americans in World War II, Master’s thesis, North Carolina State University, 1993. (John Eric Schmitz is the son of former internee, John Schmitz.) View/Buy Online
Seng-hua Mak, Stephen. America’s other internment: World War II and the making of modern human rights, Ph.D. thesis, Northwestern University, 2009. INS internees developed their rights in an international human rights framework, in contrast to Japanese Americans, who pressed their claims within a civil rights context. Neither immigrants to nor citizens of the U.S., INS […]