Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps

Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps

Jacob Miller - September 30, 2017

Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Bunk space at Manzanar. Ansel Adams: Library of Congress
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Photographs, letters and personal belongings are seen inside a home in the Manzanar internment camp, one of ten that incarcerated Japanese people along America’s West Coast during the Second World War. Daily Mail
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Camp detainee Benji Iguchi works the fields on a tractor, 1943. Daily Mail
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Farming at Manzanar. Ansel Adams: Library of Congress
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Mori Nakajima works at a poultry farm. Daily Mail
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
An internee holds cabbage. Buyenlarge: Getty Images
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Ryie Yoshizawa, instructor, standing in front of a class of women students, one woman in foreground with dressmaker’s dummy. 1943. Ansel Adams: Library of Congress
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Manzanar internee Yonehisa Yamagami. 1943. Ansel Adams: Library of Congress
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Florence Yamaguchi (left) and Kinu Hirashima, both from Los Angeles, stand under an apple tree at the War Relocation Authority center in Manzanar in June 1942. AP Photos
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Nurse Aiko Hamaguchi shows a newborn baby to her mother at the Manzanar Relocation Center. Library of Congress
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Grandfather of Japanese ancestry teaching his little grandson to walk. 1942. Dorothea Lange: National Archives
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Yaeko Nakamura and her two children, Joyce Yuki (right) and Louise Tami (left), standing on the step at the entrance of a dwelling. 1943. Ansel Adams: Library of Congress
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Editor Roy Takeno reading a copy of the Manzanar Free Press in front of the newspaper office at Manzanar. 1943. Ansel Adams: Library of Congress
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Internees play baseball. Library of Congress
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Internees play volleyball. Circa 1943. Buyenlarge: Getty Images
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Tetsuko Murajami, a Manzanar internee. Flickr: Ping News
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
A Red Cross worker administers aid at in Tule Lake. Library of Congress
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
Baton practice at Manzanar. 1943. Ansel Adams: National Archives
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
A young Japanese man looks out toward the California desert from the internment camp in Tule Lake. Getty Images
Disturbing Photographs from Inside the Japanese Internment Camps
A Japanese monument in a cemetery inside the Manzanar War Relocation Center with Mt. Williamson visible in the background. Daily Mail

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