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Work for prisoners : report of the Advisory Council on the Employment of Prisoners / Home Office and Scottish Home Department
Bib ID 2537873
Format JournalJournal
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Great Britain. Advisory Council on the Employment of Prisoners
 
Description [London, England] : H.M.S.O., 1961- 
v. ; 24 cm. 
Life Dates 1st- 
Subjects Prison industries - Great Britain - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Home Office  |  Great Britain. Scottish Home Department
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