On February 19, 1942, a few weeks after the bombing of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese air force and the United States entry into the war, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 authorizing the arrest and detention of all people of Japanese origin, American citizens and legal residents alike. They would total 120,000. The exhibition Then They Came...
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