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Turning Lives Around: Wartime Treatment of Military Prisoners

The account of a remarkable experiment during World War II that gives us a blueprint for an effective correctional community in the 21st Century. On the rolling hills of Kentucky, not far from the Fort Knox Gold Depository, Col. George L. Miller led an intrepid band of Army reservists and mental health professionals in a seminal fight for the hearts and minds of thousands of general prisoners, returning a significant number to combat duty.