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Colorful History Issue #36, Pt.1 – Japanese Incarceration During WWII

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Learn about the Japanese-American incarceration, where almost 120,000 people of Japanese decent — more than half of whom were U.S. citizens — were rounded up and imprisoned.


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In Issue #36, Part 1, learn about the Japanese-American incarceration, where almost 120,000 people of Japanese decent — more than half of whom were U.S. citizens — were rounded up and imprisoned.

Written by: Gil Asakawa
Illustrated by: Nicky Soh