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Through the means of four powerful and extraordinary narratives from the 19th-century German underworld, this book deftly explores an intriguing ...+ Show synopsisThrough the means of four powerful and extraordinary narratives from the 19th-century German underworld, this book deftly explores an intriguing array of questions about criminality, punishment, and social exclusion in modern German history. Drawing on legal documents and police files, historian Richard Evans dramatizes the case histories of four alleged felons to shed light on German penal policy of the time. 25 illustrations.- Hide synopsis
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