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ACTRESS Tamzin Outhwaite was distraught after discovering her great- grandfather was sent to an internment camp during the Second World War.
A CALIFORNIA man who missed his 1942 graduation because he was locked in an internment camp for Japanese-Americans has finally fulfilled his dream.
Prisoners of war; Ballykinlar Internment Camp 1920-1921.
In the spring of 1942, Date Smith and her parents boarded a bus and were taken to a racetrack in San Francisco, where they lived in stables for a short time before moving to the Topaz internment camp in Utah.
But the government's latest response is sinister - setting up internment camps to "rehabilitate" Tamils caught up in the conflict.
One of the tragic consequences of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 was the panicked reaction of the American government resulting in the forcible relocation of the Japanese Americans into internment camps for the duration of the war years.
Web site of the Topaz Internment camp museum in Utah.
Now these internment camp sites, which for more than 60 years have been symbols of a dark chapter in our history, will be transformed into places of remembrance and learning," says Inouye, a member of the Senate's appropriations committee.