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Recommended Reading

Christgau, John, EnemiesóWWII Alien Internment, Iowa State University Press, 1985; iUniverse.com, 2001 (reprint)

Contag, Kimberly & Grabowska, James, Where Clouds Meet the Water, Inkwater Press, 2004

Fox, Stephen , America 's Invisible Gulag: A Biography of German American Internment & Exclusion in WWII, Peter Lang Publishing, New York , 2000

Friedman, Max Paul, Nazis and Good Neighbors: The U.S. Campaign Against Germans in Latin America during World War II, Cambridge University Press, 2003

Holian, Timothy, The German Americans and WWII: An Ethnic Experience, Peter Lang Publishing, New York , 1998

Irvine, Patricia, Sing to Me, Papa, Xlibris Corporation, 2000 (historical fiction)

Jacobs, Arthur, The Prison Called Hohenasperg: An American Boy Betrayed by His Government during World War II, uPublish.com, 1999

Krammer, Arnold , Undue Process: The Untold Story of America 's German Alien Internees, Rowman & Littlefield , New York , 1997

Tischauser, Leslie, The Burden of Ethnicity: The German Question in Chicago , 1914-1941, Garland Publishing, New York , 1990 (out of print)

Tolzmann, Don, ed. German-Americans in the World Wars, MŁnchen, K.G. Saur, 1995:

The World War Two Experience: The Internment of German-Americans, vol. 4

Vogt Potter, Ursula, The Misplaced American, 1st Books Library, Bloomington/Indiana, 2003

web sites on German-American WWII wartime treatment:
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