A Fence Away from Freedom

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Shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, nearly 120,000 Japanese-Americans, many of whom had been born in the U.S., were taken from their homes by order of the government and placed in internment camps. Their only crime was their Japanese ancestry. In a series of interviews, Japanese-Americans who were children and teenagers at that time describe life in the camp. Photos.

A Fence Away from Freedom 1995, Putnam Publishing Group, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780399226380

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