THE HATED CAGE: An American Tragedy in Britain's Most Terrifying Prison
After the war of 1812, more than five thousand American sailors were marooned in Dartmoor Prison on a barren English plain. Reveals the gripping but forgotten story of these sailors, whose lives were upended by the struggle between the upstart American Republic and the mighty British empire. Offers an original perspective on the struggle for racial equality. Photos.
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