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    Korematsu v. United States

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    Korematsu v. United States : Japanese-American internment camps

    Alonso, Karen.

    Profiles the case of Fred Korematsu, who sought compensation from the American government for his time spent in a Japanese-American internment camp during World War II.

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    Justice at war

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    Gaijin

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    Gaijin : American prisoner of war

    Faulkner, Matt.

    After the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, a thirteen-year-old California boy who is half Japanese is sent to an internment camp. Story based on the history of the author's great-aunt.

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    Manzanar

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    Manzanar : [Ringoen]

    Armor, John.

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    Fighting for honor

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    Fighting for honor : Japanese Americans and World War II

    Cooper, Michael L., 1950-

    Examines the history of Japanese in the United States, focusing on their treatment during World War II, including the mass relocation to internment camps and the distinguished service of Japanese Americans in the American military.

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    Imprisoned apart

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    Silver like dust

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    Silver like dust : one family's story of America's Japanese internment

    Grant, Kimi Cunningham.

    A young girl growing up in rural Pennsylvania eschews her Japanese heritage until she learns the details of the time her grandmother spent in an internment camp along with 112,000 other Japanese Americans after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

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    Uprooted

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    Uprooted : the Japanese American experience during World War II

    Marrin, Albert, author.

    Discusses the internment of Japanese American citizens during the Second World War.

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    Imprisoned

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    The war outside

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    The war outside

    Hesse, Monica, author.

    Teens Haruko, a Japanese American, and Margot, a German American, form a life-changing friendship as everything around them starts falling apart in the Crystal City family internment camp during World War II.

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    Four-Four-Two

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    Four-Four-Two

    Hughes, Dean, 1943- author.

    Forced into an internment camp at the start of World War II, eighteen-year-old Yuki enlists in the Army to fight for the Allies as a member of the "Four-Four-Two," a segregated Japanese American regiment.

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    When the emperor was divine

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    Why she left us

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    Why she left us : a novel

    Rizzuto, Rahna Reiko

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    Nora & Kettle

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    Nora & Kettle : a Paper stars novel

    Taylor, Lauren Nicolle, author.

    "Set in 1953, [this book] explores the collision of two teenagers facing extraordinary hardship. Their meeting is inevitable, devastating, and ultimately healing. Their stories, a collection of events, are each on their own harmless. But together, one after the other, they change the world"--Page 4 of cover.

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    Fred Korematsu speaks up

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    Fred Korematsu speaks up

    Atkins, Laura.

    "When the United States went to war with Japan in 1941, the government forced all people of Japanese ancestry to leave their homes on the West Coast to live in distant prison camps, even though they had done nothing wrong. This included Fred [Korematsu], whose parents had immigrated to the United States from Japan many years before. But Fred refused to go. He knew he should have the same rights as any other American citizen . . . [This] story of Fred Korematsu's fight against discrimination takes us through the life of one courageous person who made the United States a fairer place for all Americans"--Back cover.

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    CitizenTanouye

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    CitizenTanouye

    High school students from Torrance, California investigate the life of Technical Sergeant Ted Tanouye. Tanouye was a graduate of their high school who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his service in WWII. The students also uncover the impact of the war on their city and the civil rights abuses of WWII.

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    Something strong within : a film

    Nakamura, Robert A.

    Uses home movies to document the forced removal and incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II.

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