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Young Japanese girl on her way to an American internment camp.

World War II - Young Japanese girl on her way to an American internment camp.

1942 Headlines by Dorothea Lange (LOC) by pingnews.com, via Flickr

Headlines of San Francisco Examiner with details of Japanese relocation, San Francisco, California, 26 Feb 1942 (US National Archives) - those horrible internment camps

These Anti-Japanese Signs From World War II Are A Warning Against Bigotry Today | damn

These Anti-Japanese Signs From World War II Are A Warning Against Bigotry Today

Never take your picture proudly pointing to a racist sign. This includes the frat party photos that circulate every Halloween. You will become an embarrassment in 30 years.

JAPANESE RELOCATION CAMPS | evacuees of Japanese ancestry to the Colorado River War Relocation ...

Executive Order 9066 - Somewhat bewildered, but not protesting, some 225 Japanese men, women and children were taken by ferry, bus and train to California internment camps

537566: Centerville, California. A grandfather awaits evacuation bus. Evacuees of Japanese ancestry will be housed in War Relocation Authority centers for the duration.

A grandfather awaits evacuation bus. Evacuees of Japanese ancestry will be housed in War Relocation Authority centers for the duration.

Survivors look back on life inside the Japanese internment camps

Pain and redemption of WWII interned Japanese-Americans

These 48 Japanese Americans from the Granada Relocation Center near Lamar, Colorado, reported for preinduction physical examinations at the Denver Induction Station, on February 22, 1944.

"These 48 Japanese Americans from the Granada Relocation Center near Lamar, Colorado, reported for preinduction physical examinations at the Denver Induction Station, on February (AP Photo)" - The Atlantic

The japanese were shiped from there homes to the interment camps ware they stayed until the war was over.

The japanese were shiped from there homes to the interment camps ware they stayed until the war was over. An embarrassment in the way America handled the hysteria over people of Japanese decent.

May 9, 1942: Centerville, California. Farm families of Japanese ancestry awaiting the evacuation buses which will take them to the Tanforan Assembly center along with 595 others evacuated from this district under Civilian Exclusion Order. Dorothea Lange, photographer. From the Central Photographic File of the War Relocation Authority

May These California farm families are preparing to evacuate to internment camps, as documented by photographer Dorothea Lange. Farm families of Japanese ancestry.

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Dressed in his WW1 uniform this veteran enters Santa Anita Park assembly centre for persons of Japanese ancestry evacuated from the West Coast.

The Most Dramatic Photos of World War II - Dressed in uniform marking service in the first World War, this veteran enters Santa Anita Park assembly center for persons of Japanese ancestry evacuated from the West Coast. Arcadia, CA.

Photograph of Japanese Internment Camp by Clem Albers, Arcadia, California April 5, 1942

Photograph of Japanese Internment Camp by Clem Albers, Arcadia, California April 5, 1942

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