Camps for Japanese-Americans in World War II

This video says about itself:

1 June 2016

Anne Wagner tells of the Japanese internment camps [camps for United States Americans of Japanese ancestry] established in the US in 1942 following the bombing of Pearl Harbour. We hear from people who were interned at those camps and hear their experiences of what it was like to be perceived as the enemy within.

Photo album documents wartime internment of Japanese-Canadian family: here.

Dorothea Lange’s Photos Of Imprisoned Japanese-Americans Need To Be Seen. The images are especially disturbing in light of recent comments from Donald Trump and his supporters: here.

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