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She said Gem Diamonds had visited the relocation camps as part of the environmental impact assessment.
It is an open secret that these relocation camps were a euphemism for internment or concentration camps managed by the Western Relocation Civilian Authority and the U.
During 1998 and 1999, I returned to sketch in war zones and refugee and relocation camps.
Between 1942 and 1945, more than 110,000 Americans of Japanese descent were held against their will, without a hearing, at ten relocation camps.
A century later, during World War II, Japanese-Americans were rounded up into relocation camps, including one in southeastern Colorado, even though Colorado's then-governor Ralph Carr denounced such treatment as unconstitutional.
Weekend reports suggested the location of the largest of two relocation camps provided by the government was the result of an inside deal.
Narrator D: Soon, some people began to have second thoughts about the relocation camps.
At that very moment, thousands of Japanese Americans from California were being herded into relocation camps in Wyoming, Montana and elsewhere.
Then, three months after Pearl Harbor, came the edict: Japanese-American and Japanese people - 120,000 in all - were to be moved to "War Relocation Camps.
Among the veterans honored were a group of Japanese-American men who served in Allied forces even as the United States forced many Americans with Japanese ancestry into relocation camps.
5 - will be Mitzi Asai Loftus of Ashland and Edward Miyakawa of Waldport, authors whose families were interned in relocation camps.
Lions sent 60 truckloads of food and supplies to several relocation camps and are organizing the installation of tents at new relocation camps in southern Sri Lanka at the government's request.