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Looking Like the Enemy (video)
Densho historical video of the aftermath of the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the evacuation of Japanese Americans. 7 minutes.
American Concentration Camps (video)
Densho historical video of the World War II Japanese American incarceration. 5 minutes.
Japanese Relocation (video)
U.S. government-produced film defending the World War II internment of Japanese American citizens. Narrated by Milton S. Eisenhower, director of the War Relocation Authority in 1943. 10 minutes.
A Challenge to Democracy (video)
Government-produced film attempting to defend the massive internment of Japanese Americans in concentration camps during World War II. Produced by United States. War Relocation Authority, 1943. 18 minutes.
A Question of Loyalty (video)
Episode 2 from PBS's Series Asians Americans. Availalble on Academic Video Online: Premium Database. 56 minutes.
The Heat of War Welds A Bond That Endures Across Aisles and Years: Despite fear and barbed wire, the two Scouts had much in common. (article)
By IRVIN MOLOTSKYSpecial to The New,York Times. "The Heat of War Welds A Bond that Endures Across Aisles and Years: Despite Fear and Barbed Wire, the Two Scouts had Much in Common." New York Times (1923-Current file), Apr 26 1988, p. 1. ProQuest. Web. 5 Jan. 2021 .
Japanese Internment Camps: Manzanar, Topaz, and Tule Lake (encyclopedia article)
Davenport, John C. “Japanese Internment Camps: Manzanar, Topaz, and Tule Lake.” The Internment of Japanese Americans During World War II, Updated Edition, Chelsea House, 2017. American History.
Evacuation & Internment of San Francisco Japanese Americans (articles)
Selected digitized articles from the The San Francisco News during the relocation and internment period.
This eight-part series tells the stories of Japanese Americans forced from their homes during World War II and sent to "relocation centers."
A podcast from APM Reports and the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.