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The War: Stories From The Northwest: WWII

Camp Harmony: Japanese American Internment

The War: Stories From The Northwest: WWII

Camp Harmony: Japanese American Internment

2m 42s

After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, about 100,000 Japanese Americans were forced to relocate to internment camps. Japanese Americans from the Pacific Northwest talk about their internment experiences.

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Victory Square in Seattle

Victory Square was a civic focal point for Seattle's World War II homefront. Located on University Street, between 4th and 5th avenues in Downtown Seattle, Victory Square contains a monument that lists the names of Washington state citizens who lost their lives during the war.

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