Attraction

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The president of the courts-martial was Charles Blackadder. 1,480 men were interned in England and Wales under Regulation 14B of the Defence of the Realm Act 1914, many of whom, like Arthur Griffith, had little or nothing to do with the affair. A maximum of 2 unexplained absences is allowed. 2. Women half dressed, still warm from sleep, hold children's hands and let tired faces hang like flowers withering after daylight or water.

Pages: 280

Publisher: MacAdam/Cage (September 30, 2004)

ISBN: 1931561834

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