Relocation of Japanese Americans in United States during World War II.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:6 min 16 sec Sound:Yes
'Japanese Relocation' shows Milton S Eisenhower speaking about the threat posed by Nisei or Japanese American people in United States during World War II. Japanese residents along the west coast have direct access to American oil fields and harbors. This heightens the need to migrate the Nisei to interiors of America. Commander General of Western Command at his office plans the migration of Nisei people. Notices informing the people of mass migration put up. Nisei people fill up documents and submit it to war relocation authority. People undergo medical examination. They sell their property through 'Evacuee property department'. Japanese load their belongings onto trucks and buses. Deserted shops and homes of Japanese Americans. Rows of temporary houses at Santa Anita race track in Arcadia, California. People eat in a mess and attend church service. Men prepare houses for the Nisei. They move to relocation center in trains and buses.
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