Good. Card covers, 188pp. A book that was suppressed by the British government. Telling how British govenment policies changed about the use of torture from WWII to the troubles in Northern Ireland. The author personally experienced some of the techniques he describes. Clean, tight, sound copy. A bit of wear and bending to exterior. Pages naturally yellowed, with old price on first page. Binding is Mass Market Paperback.
No place, no publisher, no date. 75 pages. Reprint, oblong paperback. Appendix. References. Near Fine. Clandestine edition, reprints a book originally published by Penguin Books before they suppressed it under government pressure. Case study of the torture of 14 Irish prisoners using methods which eventually got the British government convicted at the International Court of Human Rights.
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