These articles are interesting as a place to begin learning about the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Check out the library's databases for more information on this topic.
Ewers, J. (2008). Journey Into a Dark Past. U.S. News & World Report, 144(14), 32.
Fukumura, K. F. (2017). When Our Legal System Failed: the Japanese Internment Camps of the 1940s. Litigation, 44(1), 4–7.
Neal,Arthur G & Laher,Ridwan. (2011). The Internment of Japanese Americans during World War Ii: A Case Study of National Trauma and Institutional Violence. Scientia Militaria, (1).
Shotz, J. L. (2018). Prisoners at Home. Scholastic News -- Edition 4, 81(9), 2–4.
Solicitor General Acknowledges Malfeasance in U.S. Handling of Japanese Internment. (2011). American History, 46(4), 6.
Suyemoto, Karen L. (2018). Ethnic and Racial Identity in Multiracial Sansei: Intergenerational Effects of the World War II Mass Incarceration of Japanese Americans. Genealogy, (3), 26.
Tanner, L. (2014). A Fanatical Fifth Column: The Media’s Argument for Japanese Internment. Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric, 11, 39–46.
Ward, Rowena. (2017). The Internment and Repatriation of the Japanese-French Nationals Resident in New Caledonia, 1941–1946. PORTAL: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, (2).
Wax, Rosalie H. (1987). In and Out of the Tule Lake Segregation Center: Japanese Internment in the West, 1942-1945. Montana: The Magazine of Western History, 37(2), 12.