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Op-Ed: Amache - What Americans should know about US internment camps

Granada - Down a seldom traveled road in Colorado, sits the ruin of a once sprawling prison camp. Aside from some barbed wire and a couple of towers, only the foundations remain of the camp that once held around 10,000 Americans. They received no trial.
In the Media by Justin King

42 Days: Creeping Internment in the UK

The British state's attempt to push through detention without charge for 42 days is a precursor to a plan to impose indefinite internment, targeted disproportionately against Muslims and ethnic minorities.
In the Media by Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed - 2 comments
 

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Rice fields just outside the camp that were started by the prisoners are still producing.
Rice fields just outside the camp that were started by the prisoners are still producing.
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The only remaining structures at the Amache internment camp.
The only remaining structures at the Amache internment camp.
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A Boy Scout troop holds a parade under an American flag inside a US internment camp for Japanese Ame...
U.S. Government
A Boy Scout troop holds a parade under an American flag inside a US internment camp for Japanese Americans during World War II.
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A sign marking the entrance to the remains of US internment camp.
A sign marking the entrance to the remains of US internment camp.
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A wooden sign provides the layout of the internment camp.
A wooden sign provides the layout of the internment camp.
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A decaying flower sits just inside the barbed wire surrounding the area.
A decaying flower sits just inside the barbed wire surrounding the area.
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Cement foundations are all that remain of the numerous buildings from the camp.
Cement foundations are all that remain of the numerous buildings from the camp.
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Barracks at a Japanese internment facility in the United States
OSU Special Collections & Archives
Barracks at a Japanese internment facility in the United States
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