Japanese-American Internment in American History

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Enslow, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Includes personal accounts to describe the period in American history when Japanese Americans were detained in internment camps; also, discusses the issues and controversy surrounding the decision.

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Review: Japanese-American Internment in American History (In American History)

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A very good introduction to Japanese internment in the US during WWII for young adults or to someone who wants a synopses of this shameful event in American history. Read full review

Review: Japanese-American Internment in American History (In American History)

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A very good introduction to Japanese internment in the US during WWII for young adults or to someone who wants a synopses of this shameful event in American history. Read full review

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Japs
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Aliens Ineligible
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We Looked Like
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Copyright

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