Dorothea Lange/National Archives and Records Administration, Records of the War Relocation Authority

Dorothea Lange/National Archives and Records Administration, Records of the War Relocation Authority

Just two months after the Japanese military bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt succumbed to wartime hysteria and racial prejudice and signed Executive Order 9066, ordering all Japanese-Americans living on the West Coast to leave their homes and relocate to internment camps.

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