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Diana Garcia
Diana Garcia • 2 years ago

Yes, Japanese-Americans were forced to live in the desert in relocation camps. Strangers in a Strange Land :: A Celebration of the Human Spirit - Japanese-American Relocation Camps in AZ. Arizona Historical Society

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