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Los Angeles, California: Japanese-American Relocation, 1942 by Russell Lee

Los Angeles, California: Japanese-American Relocation, 1942 by Russell Lee

Dump A Day Random Pictures Of The Day - 60 Pics

Dump A Day Random Pictures Of The Day - 60 Pics

442nd-regiment-in-combat

442nd-regiment-in-combat

Irena Sendler,saved 3,000 Jewish  people (including 2,500 children) from  Gestapo

Irena Sendler,saved 3,000 Jewish people (including 2,500 children) from Gestapo

Making camouflage nets for the War Department, Manzanar Relocation Center, 1 July 1942, Dorothea Lange, public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Making camouflage nets for the War Department, Manzanar Relocation Center, 1 July 1942, Dorothea Lange, public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

The life of Martin Luther King Jr. | Martin Luther King Jr: An ...

The life of Martin Luther King Jr. | Martin Luther King Jr: An ...

#1-(turning point ) This is an image that shows turning point. It shows turning point because if you look carefully, you can see the smile on their face. You can also see that they're packing their bags and going off to live without any innocence getting killed.

#1-(turning point ) This is an image that shows turning point. It shows turning point because if you look carefully, you can see the smile on their face. You can also see that they're packing their bags and going off to live without any innocence getting killed.

The Blitz, 1940.   Associated Press

The Blitz, 1940. Associated Press

Laura M. Towne at the Penn Center on St. Helena Island, SC. #SCLowcountry #PennCenter #Gullah

Laura M. Towne at the Penn Center on St. Helena Island, SC. #SCLowcountry #PennCenter #Gullah

Fumiko Hayashida and her daughter Natalie Kayo are tagged for internment and bound for incarceration at Manzanar Relocation Center in California’s Sierra Mountains following Executive Order 9066 - giving way to the forced relocation of Japanese residents throughout the western United States. Bainbridge Island, Washington, 1942.

Fumiko Hayashida and her daughter Natalie Kayo are tagged for internment and bound for incarceration at Manzanar Relocation Center in California’s Sierra Mountains following Executive Order 9066 - giving way to the forced relocation of Japanese residents throughout the western United States. Bainbridge Island, Washington, 1942.

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