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On July 22, 1944, with World War II ongoing, Bukowski was arrested by F.B.I. agents
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he lived at the time, on suspicion of draft
evasion. His German birth was troubling at a time when the United States was at war
with Germany and many Germans and German-Americans in the United States were
suspected of disloyalty. He was held for 17 days in Philadelphia's Moyamensing
Prison. Sixteen days later, he failed a psychological examination that was part of
his mandatory military entrance physical test and was given a Selective Service
Classification of 4-F (unfit for military service).ysical test and was giv
On July 22, 1944, with World War II ongoing, Bukowski was arrested by F.B.I. agents
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he lived at the time, on suspicion of draft
evasion. His German birth was troubling at a time when the United States was at war
with Germany and many Germans and German-Americans in the United States were
suspected of disloyalty. He was held for 17 days in Philadelphia's Moyamensing
Prison. Sixteen days later, he failed a psychological examination that was part of
his mandatory military entrance physical test and was given a Selective Service
Classification of 4-F (unfit for military service).ysical test and was giv
On July 22, 1944, with World War II ongoing, Bukowski was arrested by F.B.I. agents
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he lived at the time, on suspicion of draft
evasion. His German birth was troubling at a time when the United States was at war
with Germany and many Germans and German-Americans in the United States were
suspected of disloyalty. He was held for 17 days in Philadelphia's Moyamensing
Prison. Sixteen days later, he failed a psychological examination that was part of
his mandatory military entrance physical test and was given a Selective Service
Classification of 4-F (unfit for military service).ysical test and was giv
On July 22, 1944, with World War II ongoing, Bukowski was arrested by F.B.I. agents
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he lived at the time, on suspicion of draft
evasion. His German birth was troubling at a time when the United States was at war
with Germany and many Germans and German-Americans in the United States were
suspected of disloyalty. He was held for 17 days in Philadelphia's Moyamensing
Prison. Sixteen days later, he failed a psychological examination that was part of
his mandatory military entrance physical test and was given a Selective Service
Classification of 4-F (unfit for military service).ysical test and was giv
On July 22, 1944, with World War II ongoing, Bukowski was arrested by F.B.I. agents
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he lived at the time, on suspicion of draft
evasion. His German birth was troubling at a time when the United States was at war
with Germany and many Germans and German-Americans in the United States were
suspected of disloyalty. He was held for 17 days in Philadelphia's Moyamensing
Prison. Sixteen days later, he failed a psychological examination that was part of
his mandatory military entrance physical test and was given a Selective Service
Classification of 4-F (unfit for military service).