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