Documentary titled 'Challenge to Democracy' depicts homes for Japanese people relocated during World War II, in United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:6 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
Documentary titled 'Challenge to Democracy' depicts relocation of Japanese ancestry people due to security reasons, in United States during World War II. People of Japanese origin moved in train to a relocation house in Arkansas and at Heart Mountains, Wyoming. Japanese civilians walk out of the train carrying their luggage. Houses, barracks and Quonset huts at the relocation center. A military police guard with rifle on duty. A Japanese family enters its compartment and finds fully furnished comfortable house inside. A Japanese worker works on lumber. A small family inside a house. People dine together at a large mess hall. A car moves in the desert to plan a site for relocation center. Workers clear bush, level soil and do plantation using tractors. Farmers produce vegetables and fruits. Tractors plow farmlands. Farmers hoe crops and collect harvest. Harvest loaded in trucks and sent to mess of relocation house. Japanese mechanic repairs truck, lumbers at work. Workers paid for their work done at relocation house at an office. People inside a Community Enterprise Business Store.
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