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Primary Sources: Civil Rights in America - Events: Japanese Internment (1942)

Major events in American Civil Rights History

Online Sources: Japanese Internment - WWII

Japanese Relocation (ca. 1943)

U.S. government-produced film defending the World War II internment of Japanese American citizens.

Video from Prelinger Archives https://archive.org/details/Japanese1943

Why I Love a Country that Once Betrayed Me

"When he was a child, George Takei and his family were forced into an internment camp for Japanese-Americans, as a “security" measure during World War II. 70 years later, Takei looks back at how the camp shaped his surprising, personal definition of patriotism and democracy."

http://www.ted.com/talks/george_takei_why_i_love_a_country_that_once_betrayed_me

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