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Anti-Japanese hostility in America

This series, from title to theme to execution, seemed incredible closed-minded to me. Come on, History Channel. Show me "The Women Who Were Innovators but Confined to the Home" or "The Races Who We Give No Credit To"

At a lunchroom in San Francisco. This picture was taken just before the boy on the right was taken to a relocation center. (1942, Dorothea Lange)

Anti-Japanese hostility in America

J. Marion Sims is called “the Father of Gynecology” due to his experiments on enslaved women in Alabama who were often submitted as guinea pigs by their plantation owners who could not use them for sexual pleasure. In Montgomery, Alabama, Sims experimented on three Alabamian women who were held captive as slaves – Anarcha, Betsy, and Lucy – From 1845 to 1849 he experimented on them, operating on Anarcha 30 times

Schoolgirls in gas masks. WWII.

Black in White America, New Orleans, 1965

A Japanese family returning home from a relocation center camp in Hunt, Idaho, found their home and garage vandalized with anti-Japanese graffiti and broken windows in Seattle, Washington, on May 10, 1945. (AP Photo)

On the 70th Anniversary of the Execution of Sophie Scholl, 22 February 1943 - Sophie Scholl was a German woman executed by the Nazis for distributing anti-Nazi pamphlets. Prison officials, in later describing the scene, emphasized the courage with which she walked to her execution. Her last words were: "How can we expect righteousness to prevail when there is hardly anyone willing to offer themselves up individually for a righteous cause? Such a fine, sunny day, and I have to go."

Einstein, when he arrived in America, was shocked at how Black Americans were treated. “There is separation of colored people from white people in the United States," he said. "That separation is not a disease of colored people. It is a disease of white people. And, I do not intend to be quiet about it.” And, he wasn't.

Happy group of WWII vets celebrate the end of the war in Europe. It's sad that the blacks at that time were accepted more by the people they protected than those who sent them to fight.

Korean women who, under Japanese occupation, were forced to become comfort women to Japanese troops.  Comfort women of World War II remain one of the most controversial issues when dealing with Japanese war crimes, as the Japanese governments have continue to play down the severity of historical fact.

Holocaust survivors from the illegal immigrant ship Exodus . . .

Japanese Internment

During WW2 the US continued fielding horse cavalry units and practice training.The last horse Army cavalry charge took place against Japanese forces during fighting in Bataan in the village of Morong on 16 Jan 1942, by the 26th Cavalry Regiment of the Philippine Scouts.

Boys behind barbed wire at Japanese Internment camp

German POWs in America watching films of the concentration camps. Some were disbelieving, others traumatized.

A fatal day for Germany: Ovation for Hitler after declaring war on America, Dec 11th 1941

The USS Oklahoma is pulled upright after capsizing due to damage during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941. It was an amazing feat never before tried. 21 massive GE DC motors were anchored to the shore and cables strung to the ship. It took three months to pull the ship upright. It was beached, patched up and sold for scrap, but while being towed to the US, it developed a leak. Despite the efforts of the salvors, the ship settled and finally, after many hours, rolled over and sa...