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Alcatraz - A Precise History of the Prison Years, Alcatraz Biography, Crime & Criminals, History, Biographies, Crime, True Crime, alcatraz prison > A Definitive History of the Penitentiary Years, alcatraz biographies, Inside Alcatraz, Prisons


Alcatraz - A Precise History of the Prison Years, Alcatraz Biography, Crime & Criminals, History, Biographies, Crime, True Crime, alcatraz prison > A Definitive History of the Penitentiary Years, alcatraz biographies, Inside Alcatraz, Prisons

by Thomas Elton

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  • ISBN 1230002582610
  • English
  • 20 Pages
  • 5695 Words

Alcatraz - A Precise History of the Prison Years, Alcatraz Biography, Crime & Criminals, History, Biographies, Crime, True Crime, alcatraz prison > A Definitive History of the Penitentiary Years, alcatraz biographies, Inside Alcatraz, Prisons

by Thomas Elton

Alcatraz – Is the notorious Island on San Francisco Bay which was home to Alcatraz prison & classed as inescapable. Alcatraz also held top gangsters & murderers like Al Capone & Edward Wutke. Learn all about Alcatraz military past & its history as a prison. ALCATRAZ – Its name sums it up. Its purpose was to send a shiver along the backs of the United States most successful criminals. It changed "Machine Gun" Kelly into nothing but a decorum and totally stripped top gangster, Al Capone of all his might. It totally stole the honey away from the honey men of Alcatraz. Once any prisoner got on board a boat destined for Alcatraz, they would instantly acknowledge it was the end of the road for them. Alcatraz was not just the roughest of all known Federal prisons, but it was also acknowledged as being totally inescapable. The Islands layout was like a naturally formed fortress, set apart from the mainlands of San Francisco by deadly currents and a narrow strait of ice cold water. Alcatraz prison was the U.S government’s critical response to the lawless atmosphere created during Prohibition, which rolled on into the “Roaring Twenties” and directly into the mouth of the American Great Depression. Alcatraz with its strict code of silence, its sharp discipline tactics, cold spooky isolation and the great depression, was as fierce as the criminals that were banished there, and by the time Alcatraz closed its doors as a prison in 1963, "the Rock" had undoubtedly proved its worth. Alcatraz, a Precise History of the Prison Years, gives a true insight into living conditions for prisoners held there highlights the key factors which led up to its demise as the most secure prison in the world, and looks at the fate of the men who managed to escape its walls and ultimately the Island. Outlaws > Criminal Biographies > psychology > sociology > crime and punishment > prisons > rich & famous > U.S History > Nonfiction >

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