The thousands of Japanese-Americans interned in Wyoming during World War II maintained their dignity and community spirit.
A young man from Queens jumps into the thick of World War II intelligence activities by translating secret Japanese messages
On the sixtieth anniversary of Pearl Harbor, the granddaughter of a Japanese detainee recalls the community he lost and the fight he waged in the Supreme Court to win back the right to earn a living
In the wake of Pearl Harbor, tens of thousands of American citizens were taken from their homes and locked up simply because of their Japanese ancestry. Was their internment a grim necessity or “the worst blow to civil liberty in our history”? The Chief Justice of the United States weighs the reasoning.
The strange saga of a town that bragged, burned, and bullied itself into existence—and then became one of the most civilized places on earth
The former Attorney General of California recalls the painful internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II and the efforts to help them return.