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The Kokomo Railroad chronicles the uncompromising struggle to gain the release of Charles Edward Lockert from prison after having been railroaded through the Indiana criminal justice system, illegally incarcerated for almost thirty years, and held unjustly on parole for ten years.
THE CONFERENCE AT YALTA: Success Or Failure is one of the most enlightening books written on this historical event that included the “Big 3” (Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin), working together to resolve the multitude of issues following the end of World War II.
During the Great Migration a unique group of African Americans journeyed to Paris. They included adventurers, writers, activists, unsung heroes, and artists. This book seeks to document the experiences of each migration period and link them with respect to motives and outcome experiences.