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Denver's Japanese-Americans reflect on WWII internment camps - Denver Post

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Denver's Japanese-Americans reflect on WWII internment camps
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Camp Amache, located about a mile west of Grenada, was one of the 10 internment camps.
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Carrying the pain for 70 years: Japanese Americans' internment

Carrying the pain for 70 years: Japanese Americans' internment | Internment camp | Scoop.it
Mary Matsuda Gruenewald, along with her parents and brother, was among some 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans on the West Coast sent to relocation camps in World War II.

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Feb. 20: Japanese American Internment Camp Survivors to Speak ...

Feb. 20: Japanese American Internment Camp Survivors to Speak. Saburo and Marion Masada to discuss their experiences. 2013-02-01. Minnesota State University, Mankato Media Relations Office News Release, 2-1-2013.
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Prisoner Citizens: The Story of Japanese Internment Camps :

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Prisoner Citizens: The Story of Japanese Internment Camps. Leave a Comment · Tweet. TopSecretWriters.com. Janet Winikoff February 7, 2012. Conflicts between the United States and other nations not only hurt diplomatic ties, they can also ...

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Euphemisms, Concentration Camps And The Japanese Internment : NPR

Euphemisms, Concentration Camps And The Japanese Internment : NPR | Internment camp | Scoop.it
A listener compares the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II to the Jewish Holocaust under the Nazis and raises the question of what to call the camps used in both experiences.

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