Portraits of Japanese-American internees at the Manzanar Relocation Center, California, United States, 1943

Caption   Portraits of Japanese-American internees at the Manzanar Relocation Center, California, United States, 1943 ww2dbase
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Internment of Japanese-Americans and Japanese-Canadians   Main article  Photos  Maps  
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 25 Sep 2011

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
25 Aug 2011 06:54:28 PM

Top row, left to right: Kay Kageyama Toyo Miyatake Tetsuko Murakami Mori Nakashima Bottom row, left to right: Yoshio Muramoto Aiko Hamaguchi Corporal Jimmy Shohara Joyce Yuki Nakamura

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