Japanese people do various activities as normal routine despite at relocation home during World War II, in United States.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:5 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
Relocation of Japanese ancestry people, in United States due to security reasons, during World War II. School bell of relocation center at Heart Mountain, in Wyoming. Students of Japanese origin change classes. Children in a class study mathematics. A teacher teaches drawing. Students study scientific farming at a high school. Business, workers, mechanics studies by students. Evacuee doctors and nurse operate at an operation theater. Doctors and dentists check people's health. A candidate for community council chief during an election for councilmen. Voters vote during election. Trial of a criminal of relocation houses at a court. Softball Match on the beaches at weekend. An artist draws pictures of relocation homes. Sunday church and men carry benches inside for prayers. Boy scouts raise American Flag. Girl scouts, Red Cross volunteers perform various duties. Boy scouts march with U.S. national flag during a parade. Beauty queen and floats follow the parade. Smokestacks of factories at relocations centers, and evacuees walk by them. Military Police guard with a rifle watches them.
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