government allowed internees

Japanese Internment CampsJapanese Internment Camps
Coal was hard to come by, and internees slept under as many blankets as they were allotted. Food was rationed out at an expense of 48 cents per internee, and served by fellow internees in a mess hall of 250-300 people
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Japanese internment campsJapanese internment camps
Pearl Harbor by Japan in 1941, set into motion far-reaching measures to prevent the reoccurrence of such treachery. Impelled by military necessity, and for the security of the Pacific West Coast
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