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Japanese-American family waiting for relocation Los Angeles,1942~Photo by Russell Lee for the Office of War Information ~♛

Japanese-American family waiting for relocation,...

The evacuation of Japanese-Americans from West Coast areas under U. Japanese-American family waiting for train to take them to Owens Valley. [Japanese American Family Awaiting Internment Train by Russell Lee].

A crowd of onlookers in Seattle jam an overhead walk to witness the mass evacuation of Japanese from Bainbridge Island, Washington, on March 30, 1942. Somewhat bewildered, but not protesting, some 225 Japanese men, women and children were taken by ferry, bus and train to California internment camps. The evacuation was carried out by the U.S. Army

Executive Order 9066 - Somewhat bewildered, but not protesting, some 225 Japanese men, women and children were taken by ferry, bus and train to California internment camps

Multiple generations of Japanese Americans at meal time in the Manzanar Internment Camp barracks dining area.

Multiple Generations Of Japanese Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

no no boy 2010: November 2009 Heart Mountain Draft Resisters Upon Their Release from McNeil Penitentiary

no no boy November 2009 Heart Mountain Draft Resisters Upon Their Release from McNeil Penitentiary

Ansel Adams: Volleyball game at Manzanar (Japanese-American Internment Camp), 1943.

In legendary photographer Ansel Adams visited Manzanar, a Japanese internment camp in California's Sierra Nevada mountains.

Children at Sunday school class, Manzanar Relocation Center, California. 1943 photograph by Ansel Adams.

Children at Sunday school class, Manzanar Relocation Center, California. 1943 photograph by Ansel Adams.

Japanese orphan, bringing his dead brother to a cremation pyre, Nagasaki,  1945

Japanese orphan, standing at attention having brought his dead younger brother to a cremation pyre, Nagasaki, Joe O'Donnell 1945

Real-life Grave of the Fireflies: Stoic Japanese orphan, standing at attention having brought his dead younger brother to a cremation pyre, Nagasaki, by American photographer, Joe O’Donnell 1945 (One of the many sad things about war.

A typical Nisei family of Heart Mountain Relocation Center  are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oki and their small daughter, Dinne. 1944

A typical Nisei family of Heart Mountain Relocation Center are Mr. Thomas Oki and their small daughter, Dinne.

File:Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Heart Mountain, Wyoming. A typical Nisei family

File:Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Heart Mountain, Wyoming. A typical Nisei family

Manzanar Relocation Center, California. Yaeko Yamashita (in doorway) watches Fugiko Koba trying new pair of geta, which are stilt-like sandals especially useful in dust. They are evacuees of Japanese descent now living at this War Relocation Authority center, April 2, 1942. Photo: Department of the Interior. War Relocation Authority. Source: National Archives.

Yaeko Yamashita (in doorway) watches Fugiko Koba trying new pair of geta, which are stil.