Japanese American Internment Camps
Between February and November 1942, nearly 120,000 West Coast residents of Japanese descent were evacuated from their homes and sent to government War Relocation Aut...
America's Concentration Camps
The Japanese in America
The Role of the Media
Politicians Join the Fight
The Civilian Exclusion Orders
The Assembly Centers
The Relocation Centers...
In the fall of 1918, a small group of young men came together to discuss ways in order to eliminate the discrimination of their race. These Nisei, or second generation Japanese Americans, had witness...
"May it serve as a constant reminder of our past so that Americans in the future will never again be denied their constitutional rights and may the remembrance of that experience serve to advance the ...
Internment of Japanese-Americans
When people think of World War II, they automatically think of the Holocaust, but at the same time citizens in America were being forced into labor camps for their ra...
"I have made a lot of mistakes in my life... One is my part in the evacuation of the Japanese from California in 1942... I don't think that served any purpose at all... We picked them up and put them ...
On December 7, 1941, Japanese naval and air forces launched a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, which was referred to as "a date which will live in infamy" from that day onwards for most Americans. The...