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ISBN:
0863696473
Author:
William Balsamo,George Carpozi
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
True Crime (February 18, 1993)
Pages:
512 pages
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610 printed pages Mob's savage beginnings in the group of Italian immigrant – the 'Blank Hand' – who tore control of New York's waterfronts away from the Irish racketeers – the 'White Hand' – and went on from there. They trace the Black Hand's coalescence into an organization who insidious influence reached across the country and into a presidential administration. Crime Incorporated explores the horrifying facts behind.

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by George Carpozi Jr. and William Balsamo.

the inside story of the Mafia's first hundred years. First published as 'Crime Incorporated, or, under the clock', . by William Balsamo, George Carpozi Jr. Published 1993 by True Crime in London.

Authors: William Balsamo, George Carpozi Jr. ISBN10: 0882820737. Crime Incorporated reads like a novel. But it is frightening, deadly truth. Crime Incorporated or Under the Clock.

William Balsamo (Author) William Balsamo is the great-nephew of Don Giuseppe - 'Battista' - Balsamo, the first .

William Balsamo (Author) William Balsamo is the great-nephew of Don Giuseppe - 'Battista' - Balsamo, the first godfather. George Carpozi Jr. (Author) George Carpozi Jr. is a journalist, biographer and writer who has worked on the New York Journal American and the New York Post.

George Carpozi Jr. Books. William Balsamo.

George Carpozi, J. Tracing its beginnings as an underground society which sprang up in Sicily, to the Mob which went on to run organised crime throughout Italy and America, The Mafia: The First 100 Years tells the gripping story of the most mythical and misunderstood criminal organisation.

William Balsamo, George Carpozi Jr. Year: 1991.

William Balsamo · George Carpozi Jr. Crime Incorporated: The Inside Story of the Mafia's First 100 Years. Barricade Books · Barricade Books Inc · Emery Dalton Communications · Everest Books · Heyne · Manor Books · New Horizon Press · Star · Virgin Books. Seine Filme - sein Leben.

100 years ago, control of New York's waterfronts was seized by a bunch of Italian immigrants, the "Black Hand". Today that group is called the Mafia. This book is a history of the Mob's bloody century of crime. The authors trace the Mafia's savage rise and investigate its most notorious leaders - Capone, "Lucky" Luciano and Thomas Luchese. They go behind the headlines of Rudolph Giuliani's pursuit of the Mob, the famous Pizza connection and Commission trials to reveal the Mafia's control over American daily life.
  • Burgas
This is the SAME EXACT BOOK as their 1988 book, "Under the Clock" - WORD FOR WORD. Makes you wonder, is this the same exact book as their book, "The Mafia the First 100 years" printed in 1977 but the same two authors? The book itself, an dramatization of events they could never get first hand information for. Leaves your questioning the entire authenticity of the book... or should I say "books?"
  • Qwne
An amazing story that not only tells of the works of the mafia, but for the person from brooklyn it gives insight into the details of a brooklyn that once existed. To imagine that on the streets of columbia and van brunt were stores, carts and a whole community of Italian imigrants. My family was from these streets and it gave me a warm heart to hear about a neighborhood that no longer exist. Burnt out buildings now exist where the old clock stands.My grandfather had his fish store there, my uncle his fish store, my cousins fruit store,and of course my father Iggy carrying pasta up to his grandfather Ignazio who lived above the fish store.What memories, what a book! Though it is a shame about the crime that existed and I am not proud of that, we must see it in historical perspective of a people oppressed and trying to survive and helping each other the only way they could for the time.
  • Steel_Blade
This is clearly the worst mafia novel I have ever read! The only interesting part is in the beginning when the author describes the wars between the Italians and Irish, then the book wanes incredibly with apparent unresearched information. I have more knowledge of the mafia than these writers'!! I found myself incessantly correcting names and dates as well as spelling.This book had some of the worst spelling I have ever seen; practically every page had a misspelled name! I advise anyone who's fond of mafia novels not to purchase this book, you'll just throw it away anyhow!
  • BOND
One of the best books ever written about the roots of organized crime in the U.S.!! Fast paced and exciting! Reads like a novel, but it's true!
  • Katishi
Under the Clock tells numerous stories illustrative of the ways in which La Casa Nostra operates. The authors are masters in the art of storytelling.
  • Zainn
A great book for Mafia - Mob Buffs. The Docu-Drama style gives you the facts as well as the drama of the times. It gets a little tedious towards the end when the author rants about the accomplishments of the various prosecutors, etc. We all know that crime doesn't pay, and sooner or later, justice prevails.