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I am an American: A True Story of Japanese Internment Free download ä 9 ä Illustrated with black and white photographs Young Shi Nomura was among the 120000 American citizens who lost everything when he was sent by the US government to Manzanar an interment camp in the California desert simply because he was oUme is accompanied by numerous fine period black and white photographsThis elouent account of the disastrous results of racial prejudice stands as a reminder to us in today's pluralistic society School Library Journal starred ?. This book is about world war two and how it affected the Japanese Americans This was another version of mistreatment of a different group of people other than the Jews the Japanese were put on a camp very much like the concentration camp but it was a lot less cruelThis book taught me that don't judge someone unless you saw the true personality of that person If something in the pass happened just let it go and move on as a person just don't disrespect on another because of race Everyone has a eual amount of respect It was hard to believe that the Americans were fighting for the Jews but now they are up for racismIn my opinion i thought this was a pretty good book to read It taught me that hardship the Japanese people had to go through Life wasn't easy back that and its not easy now But people have to understand let by gone be by gone But the book was tough to read because the Japanese treatment was similar how the German treated the Jew It really teaches you to savor life before it ends because you never know when life is going to end

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Illustrated with black and white photographs Young Shi Nomura was among the 120000 American citizens who lost everything when he was sent by the US government to Manzanar an interment camp in the California desert simply because. After reading Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet I wanted to know about this period in history as it related to Americans of Japanese descent While this book reads a bit like a textbook for a young audience it was the perfect glimpse into historical facts and real people I especially loved the photographs I hope our nation learned from the grave mistakes that were made against this group during WWII

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I am an American A True Story of Japanese InternmentHe was of Japanese ancestry In clear and fascinating prose Stanley has set forth the compelling story of one of America's darkest times the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II  His meticulously researched vol. good