Troubles, tensions for Japanese American internees in WWII

Troubles, tensions for Japanese American internees in WWII

Those soldiers' “hatred of the 'Japs' was all too evident,” Sandra Taylor writes in “Jewel of the Desert: Japanese American Internment at Topaz.” In 1943, a 63-year-old internee, Hatsuaki Wasaka, was shot and killed by a guard when he got near the

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