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A Dark Chapter In US History

Local Resident Born In Japanese-American Internment Camp Speaks About Her Experience

October 19, 2013

On the 71st anniversary of her family arriving at a Japanese-American internment facility, Joyce Sechler told her story about how she was born in one of these concentration camps Thursday....

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50s4ever

Oct-20-13 10:04 AM

That was stopped promptly. But we didn't have any Japanese spies or saboteurs after Pearl. Still, a dark time.

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taxedenough

Oct-20-13 8:30 AM

Interesting how it is rarely reported that Germans and Italians were also sent to these camps.

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Coppergoat

Oct-19-13 7:47 AM

Thank you, Greg Peterson, for your tireless efforts to document history. And God, save us from those who fall for every piece of propaganda that comes across their computer screen and whose entire education consists of "googling it."

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rodrickson

Oct-19-13 5:41 AM

Most American college student do not know which American president served during WWII. Google "94 Maidens" on youtube.

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