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Executive Order 9066: The Internment of 110,000 Japanese Americans
From the epilogue by former Supreme Court Justice Tom C. Clark: "That pictures can express truth more succinctly than words is proved here in the images of Dorothea Lange and the other photographers who documented the Japanese American relocation of World War II. The wistful, forlorn look of the children; the hopeless, dejected expression of their elders; the Nisei Grill t ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published October 15th 1972 by MIT Press (MA)
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This book is mainly a photobook of the internment camps and the people involved with that, including photos showing the type of discrimination against Japanese-Americans at the time of World War II. There is some factual historical information given, but the main emphasis is on the photographs.