Good article on America’s WW II internment of Japanese in today’s DM Here. With many photographs. Check it out.
The internment was a stain on America. Having said that the camps weren’t Bergen Belsen. And the internees deserve a lot of credit for the way they went along and harbored so few grudges against their fellow citizens. And of course there was the incomparable 442nd Infantry composed entirely of Japanese Americans. The most decorated Army unit in WW II. Today most of them have passed on but as you enter Punchbowl Military cemetery overlooking Honolulu, there they are, their gravestones lined up with each other in military precision. Makes you want to cry. (Pictured is a Boy Scout Color Guard at a camp.)