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Written by the man who served as Britain's hangman in the early part of the twentieth century, this book provides far more insight into the the criminals with whom John Ellis came into contact than into the life and mindset of an executioner. Ellis is not an overly reflective individual.
Review: Diary Of A HangmanUser Review - SOL 6 - Goodreads
A testament to the bad mixture of war and marriage (in that order). Ellis' objectively packaged delivery of the executions is a great contrast to the epilogue. A worthy, if hard to come by, read. Read full review
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The Executioners List
An insight into his behaviour and methods can be read in the book "Diary of a hangman" which is a book where he describes his methods and some of the people ...
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John Ellis – Wikipedia
In seinem Buch Diary of a Hangman, das er nach Ende seiner Karriere schrieb, ... Diary of a hangman. Forum Press, True Crime Library, 1996, (Nachdruck), ...
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