Has useful historical information regarding the Japanese in America.
Smithsonian Institute's Museum for American History explores the constitutionality of the treatment of the Japanese-Americans
Tells the story of Japanese-American internment in 14 short chapters with source materials
A site created by Oracle Education Foundation
Dedicated to discussing the history of Japanese internment. This site presents a biased viewpoint, but may be useful in understanding the Japanese-American perspective.
A useful site with links to more information
A useful site with links to source documents such as Truman's journal. There are, however, a few broken links
An article that concisely makes the pro and con points
This site links to Getty Museum's vast collection of art and educational resources.
US History link to Library of Congress. Site includes primary source documents and Today in History.
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