Introduction
During World War II over 120,000 Japanese Americans were incarcerated by the U.S. government without indictment or fair trial. Over two-thirds of the prisoners were American citizens. No Japanese Americans were ever found guilty of any act of espionage or sabotage. Click the image of Pat Morita to hear about his incarceration experience:
Pat Morita

Read the Executive Order 9066 Dated: Feb 19, 1942

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