Japanese in U.S. Internment Camps vs Jews in Reich Camps Jan 11, 2022

Holotruther
Published on Jan 12, 2022
More info on what happened to the Japanese Americans: The Japanese (some German and Italians) were put in camps because of their ethnicity. Minimal reparations, NOTHING compared to what they lost. The Jew? They WERE a fifth column attempting to undermine the Third Reich - they WERE a problem. Japanese-Americans WERE NOT.

NAZIS IN THE PINEY WOODS
(http://www.texasescapes.com/DEPARTMENTS/Guest_Columnists/East_Texas_all_things_historical/NazisInPineyWoodsPrisonersOfWarCampsAMD402.htm
During World War II, more than 400,000 German and Italian prisoners were interned in the United States. Nearly 80,000 of them, mostly Germans, were in Texas

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