Altered Lives, Enduring Community: Japanese Americans Remember Their World War II Incarceration
This book examines the long-term effects on Japanese Americans of their World War II experiences: forced removal from their Pacific Coast homes, incarceration in desolate government camps, and ultimate resettlement. Based on interviews and survey data from Japanese Americans now living in Washington State, this account presents the contemporary, post-redress perspectives of former incarcerees on their experiences and the consequences for their life course.
University of Washington Press
Military History | United States History
Fugita, Stephen S. and Fernandez, Marilyn, "Altered Lives, Enduring Community: Japanese Americans Remember Their World War II Incarceration" (2004). Faculty Book Gallery. 423.