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Los Angeles, California, 1 April 1942, Clem Albers, public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Evacuees of Japanese ancestry are leaving by special trains for assembly c .

Facts About the Japanese-American Internment Camps During World War II

Facts About the Japanese-American Internment Camps During World War II

Japanese Internment camp Dorothea Lange

“Evacuees from Arizona’s Poston War Relocation Center stand in line before the departure station where they received ration books and bus tickets home in September of (National Archives)

Japanese Internment: Poston - Framework - Photos and Video - Visual Storytelling from the Los Angeles Times

Japanese Internment: Poston

Los Angeles Times staff photographer George Watson and staff representative Chester G. Hanson take a tour of the Poston War Relocation Center, home for Japanese-Americans.

Dorothea Lange's previously unpublished photo series on the internment of US citizens of Japanese ancestry in the 1940s.

"WWII: Japanese-American Internment" by Dorothea Lange (NARA). Two children of the Mochida family who, with their parents, are awaiting evacuation bus.

Life in World War II Japanese American Internment Camps » Sociological Images

Life in World War II Japanese American Internment Camps - Sociological Images

19 Feb 42: In what can only be called "not his finest hour," President Roosevelt signs Executive Order 9066, authorizing the Secretary of War to prescribe certain areas as military zones "from which any or all persons may be excluded," clearing the way for the relocation of 120,000 Japanese-Americans to internment camps, 11,000 people of German ancestry, and 3,000 of Italian decent. #WWII #History

19 Feb In what can only be called "not his finest hour," President Roosevelt…

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