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A group of schoolchildren attend class at the Japanese internment camp in Tule Lake. 22 Chilling Pictures Of Life At Japanese Internment Camps

The sleeping quarters at the Japanese internment camp in Tule Lake.

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22 Chilling Pictures Of Life At Japanese Internment Camps - The barbed wire fences of the Japanese Internment Camp Upton in New York, Nov, 3, 1941.

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A US flag flies at a Japanese-American internment camp, surrounded by mountains in

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A group of Japanese-Americans arrive at the Manzanar internment camp carrying their belongings in

An American soldier guards a crowd of Japanese-American internees at the internment camp in

Japanese-Americans removed from their Los Angeles homes line up at the government's alien camp

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22 Chilling Pictures Of Life At Japanese Internment Camps - Guards at the Japanese internment camp in Tule Lake, California.

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Family housing at the Japanese internment camp in Tule Lake.

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This Feb. 18, 1944, image provided by the Tanaka family shows shows the

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A nursery school photo shows a group of children who were imprisoned at an internment camp

22 Chilling Pictures Of Life At Japanese Internment Camps

A young Japanese man looks out toward the California desert from the internment camp in Tule

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22 Chilling Pictures Of Life At Japanese Internment Camps

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The Shimizu family was imprisoned at an internment camp Crystal City, Texas until September 1947

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Arlene Tatsuno Damron, born at a camp in Utah, in her family's gift shop, San Jose, 2014 (Paul Kitagaki Jr.)

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Japanese survivors recall Australia's WWII civilian internment camps

Evacuees wait to register, Portland, 1942

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Kiyoshi Katsumoto, left, remembers the number his family was assigned: 21365. “That's what we were reduced to,” he says. (Dorothea Lange)

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A group of Jews, including a small boy, is escorted from the Warsaw Ghetto by German soldiers in this April 19, 1943 photo. The picture formed part of a ...

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Mock-up horse-stall barrack, camp map & interactive kiosk for records search.

Jane Yanagi Diamond in Carmel, California, 2014 (Paul Kitagaki Jr.)

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Toyo Miyatake, Three Boys Behind Barbed Wire, 1944. Courtesy Toyo Miyatake Studio

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... Camp to detain Japanese and Japanese-American internees as well as POWs from Japan, Italy, and elsewhere. It was later renamed as Alien Internment Camp ...

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Japanese foreign minister Mamoru Shigemitsu watches as Lieutenant General Richard K. Sutherland signs the surrender

Women in the Portland Assembly Center, 1942

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The ladies of the Manzanar internment camp play a game of volleyball to pass the time

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... which paved the way for the incarceration of Japanese Americans in internment camps following the outset of America's involvement in World War II.

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Richard Konda, Kumataro's grandson, at the Japanese American Museum of San Jose, 2014 (Paul Kitagaki Jr.)

An emaciated 18-year-old Russian girl looks into the camera lens during the liberation of Dachau concentration camp in 1945. Dachau was the first German ...

Heinrich Himmler was head of the Nazi SS.

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Then They Came for Me

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Peace at last: V-J Day, Times Square, August 14, 1945.

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George Sumida (pictured in 2015 at age 90) says he's not that angry about the internment. “It gave me a chance to travel all over.” (Paul Kitagaki Jr.)

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Historians have estimated that the Nazis killed more than 1.1 million Jews at the concentration camp

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