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Japanese-American Internment in WWII Photographs Exhibit, Univ. Utah

Internment of Japanese Americans in Concentration Camps
Provides summaries, abstracts to cases and law review articles dealing with the internment of Japanese Americans in concentration camps. Also provides articles related to Japanese Pervuian internment inUS concentration camps.

Japanese American internment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Japanese American Internment

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A description of the Japanese American Internment camps during the second world war

Evacuation and Internment of San Francisco Japanese - 1942
San Francisco news coverage of the internment of San Francisco Japanese during World War II.

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Japanese American Internment Experience On-Line Exhibit

Children of the Camps: the Japanese American WWII internment camp experience
The Children of the Camps documentary captures the experiences of six Americans of Japanese ancestry who were confined as children to internment camps by the U.S. government during World War II.

Ansel Adams’s Photographs of Japanese-American Internment at Manzanar - (American Memory from the Library of Congress)

Milton Eisenhower Justifies the Internment of Japanese Americans

Smithsonian Education - Japanese American Internment
Smithsonian Institution lesson plans in History, Art, Science, Language Arts and Social Studies. Search for lesson plans by subject or grade. Smithsonian educational materials emphasize inquiry-based learning with primary sources and museum collections.

ALIC - Japanese Relocation and Internment
Access to information on American history and government, archival administration, information management, and government documents to NARA staff, archives and records management professionals, and the general public.

Welcome to The Voices of WWII

Exploring Japanese American Internment
Explore the World War II Internment of Japanese Americans through online video clips, text and photos.

Life Interrupted
The Japanese American Experience in WWII Arkansas

Densho: The Japanese American Legacy Project, digital archive of video oral histories of Japanese-Americans incarcerated or interned during World War II
Densho is a nonprofit organization started in 1996, with the initial goal of documenting oral histories from Japanese Americans who were incarcerated during World War II. This evolved into a mission to educate, preserve, collaborate and inspire action for equity. Densho uses digital technology to preserve and make accessible primary source materials on the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans. We present these materials and related resources for their historic value and as a means of exploring issues of democracy, intolerance, wartime hysteria, civil rights and the responsibilities of citizenship in our increasingly global society. We encourage use of these resources to expand awareness of our country's diverse history, to stimulate critical thinking, to develop ethical decision-making skills, and to help ensure that democratic principles are upheld now and in the future.

Why the Media Should Stop Paying Attention to the New Book that Defends Japanese Internment

Chronology of the Japanese American Internment

Masumi Hayashi Photography
Cleveland based artist/photographer Masumi Hayashi presents a large body of art work and research about the internment of Americans of Japanese descent during WWII by the US. Also contains information about the artist and other series of artwork.

Dorothea Lange - Women Come to the Front (Library of Congress Exhibition)
Women Come to the Front: Journalists, Photographers and Broadcasters of World War II

Japanese Canadian internment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 442nd Regimental Combat Team

Internment of German Americans in the United States during World War II
Internment, arrest, deportation, and exchange of German Americans

German American Internee Coalition
German American Internee Coalition (GAIC) was formed in 2005 by and for German American and Latin American citizens and legal residents who were interned by the United States during World War II.

CNN - 'Secret' of WWII: Italian-Americans forced to move - September 21, 1997

Dear Miss Breed: Letters from Camp