Surviving Minidoka: The Legacy of WWII Japanese American Incarceration
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Surviving Minidoka preserves the legacy of Japanese Americans unjustly imprisoned during the Second World War. Elegantly presented with more than 200 photographs and paintings, the book confronts enduring questions of patriotic compliance and constitutional rights. Pictured playing flutes at Camp Minidoka, about 1943.
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Tremayne, Russell M. and Shallat, Todd, eds., "Surviving Minidoka: The Legacy of WWII Japanese American Incarceration" (2013).