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Photograph from a distance of the main street of Manzanar Relocation Center.

Photographic portrait of a smiling young Japanese-American girl.

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Photographic portrait of nurse Aiko Hamaguchi.

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Photograph from a distance of birds perched on wires.

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Japanese-American families were forced to pack up their lives and move to hastily built camps where they were fenced in and under guard.

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... Brian Mulroney formally apologized to Japanese Canadians and authorized the provision of $21,000 (Cdn.) to each of the survivors of wartime detention.

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Camp life at Manzanar: Female internees practicing calisthenics, 1943

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Headlines from the Seattle Star and Seattle Times on December 18, 1944 carried the news that Japanese Americans would soon be allowed to return to Seattle.

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Children in the Manzanar internment camp in California. (AP/National Park Service)

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Photograph of Japanese-American women in a fashion design class, uncropped.

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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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Many Japanese Canadians were uprooted from their homes along the West Coast and relocated to internment camps in the B.C. interior and across Canada during ...

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Japanese Canadians lost their fishing boats, bank deposits, stocks and bonds; basically all items that provided them with financial security.

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A watercolor by an unknown artist of a Japanese-American internment camp.

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The line for lunch at Manzanar Relocation Center in California in 1943. Photo: Ansel Adams/Library of Congress

An aerial view of Crystal City Internment Camp during

Civilian Exclusion Order Number 5, ordering evacuation of residents of Japanese ancestry, posted in a vacant store window on Grant Avenue in Chinatown.

The elderly and very young children may have been more likely to get sick from the very hot and cold weather at the camps

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