Remnants of a military police station and reception building are shown at the entrance to the Minidoka National Monument in Idaho. Thousands of Japanese American citizens and others of Japanese descent were held here and at nine other camps across the U.S. following Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
Remnants of a military police station and reception building are shown at the entrance to the Minidoka National Monument in Idaho. Thousands of Japanese American citizens and others of Japanese descent were held here and at nine other camps across the U.S. following Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. CHRIS SMITH AP
Remnants of a military police station and reception building are shown at the entrance to the Minidoka National Monument in Idaho. Thousands of Japanese American citizens and others of Japanese descent were held here and at nine other camps across the U.S. following Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. CHRIS SMITH AP

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