Japanese nationals help construct living quarters in a relocation camp during Japanese-American internment of World War II.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:1 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
A model town for interned Japanese nationals in the United States during World War II. A convoy of trucks and cars loaded with Japanese people and belongings head for model camp town escorted by U.S. troops. A sign at a monument reads 'Buffalo Bill'. Japanese people help construct living quarters in a relocation camp. The Japanese-American volunteers being trained in the U.S. Army. The volunteers exercise on a field, march, and learn gas tactics of modern warfare. The volunteers hold war bonds on field.
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