Publisher: Michael Coughlin
Released: June 2, 2003
In 33 Dunstan Houses Fermin Rocker recalls life with his parents, Rudolf Rocker and Milly Rocker, during World War I in England. Fermin chronicles the people who slipped into and out of their busy lives in London’s East End and the eventual arrest and imprisonment of his father for being a native German, a high crime for which he spent months in a British concentration camp. 33 Dunstan Houses is the authorized (by Fermin Rocker) U.S. edition of Fermin Rocker’s book and comes with twenty-three hand drawn illustrations.
A beautiful hand bound, letterpress edition.