American concentration camps

American concentration camps

110,000 Japanese-Americans incarcerated during WWII. [Am. Hist.: Van Doren, 487]
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and their incarceration in American concentration camps, followed by the
mainland in the early 1900s through the American concentration camps of World War II to the present day.
Sheila Hamanaka's (1990) The Journey: Japanese Americans, Racism, and Renewal uses a spectacular and beautifully detailed five-panel mural to present Japanese American history with an emphasis on the American concentration camps of World War II.

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