Busse Library provides the following list of online resources and of items from its collection about America's Japanese internment camps during World War II. In the early months of the war, almost 120,000 Japanese Americans were forced out of their homes and into detention camps created by the U.S. federal government. Some of the victims would remain in the camps for the next three years in one of the worst civil rights violations in American history.
Gateways to History: The Camps
America's Internment Camps
- Houston, Jeanne Wakatskui, and James D. Houston. Farewell to Manazar: A True Story of Japanese American Experience During and After World War II Internment. 2002. [D769.8.A6 H68 2002]
- Irons, Peter H., ed. Justice Delayed: The Record of the Japanese American Internment Cases. 1989. [KF7224.5 .J87 1989]
- Kashima, Tetsuden. Judgment Without Trial: Japanese American Imprisonment During World War II. c2003. [D769.8.A6 K37 2003]
- Lange, Dorothea. Impounded: Dorothea Lange and the Censored Images of Japanese American Internment. c2006. [D769.8.A6 L35 2006]
- Ng, Wendy. Japanese Internment During World War II: A History and Reference Guide. 2002. [D769.8.A6 N4 2002]
- Omori, Emiko. Rabbit in the Moon. 1999. [Video D 769.8 .A6 R33]
- Robinson, Greg. By Order of the President: FDR and the Internment of Japanese Americans. 2001. [D769.8.A6 R63 2001]
- Taylor, Sandra C. Jewel of the Desert: Japanese American Internment at Topaz. c1993. [D769.8.A6 T39 1993]
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