Shattered Lives, Shattered Dreams: The Disrupted Lives of Families in America's Internment Camps

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Bonneville Books, 2011 - History - 199 pages
True story of the internment of thousands of German-Americans by the United States government during WWII. With the cooperation of numerous South American governments, the US government also kidnapped and detained German, Italian, and Japanese nationals from Latin America. Held without trial or the benefit of legal representation, and not permitted to face their accusers, they became bargaining chips in a secret prisoner exchange program between the United States and the Axis powers.

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