This military video from the USA is called Japanese Americans in WWII.
Again, from the Independent series about US American activists:
In the Second World War, a notice was suddenly posted throughout Japanese neighbourhoods: “All persons of Japanese ancestry will be evacuated from the above designated area by 12 o’clock noon”.
There was nothing in the evacuation order or in any public law that allowed the United States government to keep Americans within any restricted area. But the War Relocation Authority, by pure executive fiat, detained us under their jurisdiction and sent us to camps. The military, without imposing martial law, was ordering the civilian to do something. In my opinion, that’s the way dictatorships are formed.
And if I, as an American citizen, stood still for this, I would be derogating the rights of all citizens. I had to stand up and say…
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