Citizen 13660 Summary
Miné Okubo

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Citizen 13660 Summary

Citizen 13660 is an autobiographical and historical account of Japanese-Americans forced to relocate to camps during World War II, seen from the eyes of one of the evacuees, author Mine Okubo.

Through a combination of drawings and captions, Mine tells her story. She is in Europe on an art fellowship when England and France declare war on Germany. The French border is closed, and Mine must wait many months with her possessions...

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