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World War II - Japanese American Internment

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US History Age Level High School (16 to 18 years old)

Collection of topical resources to be used for teaching Japanese American Internment according to TEKS (7C)  The student is expected to analyze major issues of World War II, including the internment of Japanese Americans as a result of Executive Order 9066.... #EthnicStudies

Life in a WWII Japanese American Internment Camp Homepage

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access

The Japanese American Internment: How Young People Saw It

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access

Heart Mountain Internment Camp at Night

National Museum of American History

Camp Guard Tower

National Museum of American History

Barracks photo

National Museum of American History

Topaz Camp, 1943

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Camp Photograph

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photo in camp

National Museum of American History

picture, camp photo, unknown place, 1940s

National Museum of American History

Grandma annd uncles leaving camp

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baby photo

National Museum of American History

Prisoners Working

National Museum of American History

War Ration Book #4

National Museum of American History

W.R.A. Leave Pass, Teiji Okuda, No. 15771

National Museum of American History

Graduation program, Rohwer High School

National Museum of American History

1943 Rohwer Center High School Yearbook

National Museum of American History

Fred T. Korematsu

National Portrait Gallery

Fred T. Korematsu

National Portrait Gallery