A Man Was Shot And Killed At The Topaz Concentration Camp

It was during World War II

People visiting the Topaz Camp (Image is author’s)

People visit the camps to learn about American history

There were ten places which are now referred to as “American concentration camps.” These camps were built by the United States government during World War II to hold American citizens and immigrants of Japanese descent.




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Floyd Mori

Floyd Mori

Floyd Mori, born in Utah, is a former College Teacher, Mayor, CA State Assemblyman, Consultant, and CEO for Nonprofits. www.thejapaneseamericanstory.com.

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