Infamy : the shocking story of the Japanese American internment in World War II / Richard Reeves.

Former Frontline journalist Reeves (Portrait of Camelot ) examines the key causes and dire consequences of the Japanese-American internment in relocation camps during WWII, concentrating on a shortsighted military strategy and anti-Japanese sentiment following the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Reeves, Richard, 1936-2020.
Format: Book
Published:New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2015.
Edition:First edition.
Table of Contents:
  • Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941
  • By order of the president signing of Executive Order 9066: February 19, 1942
  • Only what they could carry Public Proclamation Number 1: March 2, 1942
  • "Keep this a white man's country" the opening of the concentration camps: March 22 to October 6, 1942
  • A desert Christmas December 25, 1942
  • Uncle Sam, finally, wants you Nisei enlistment: January 29, 1943
  • "Man's inhumanity to man" Tule Lake "disloyals" camp: September 1943
  • "Is that the American way?" Heart Mountain draft resistance: February 1944
  • "Go for broke" The Lost Battalion: October 30, 1944
  • Going "home" V-J Day: August 15, 1945.