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Contents

Introduction

Summary



PART I:
NISEI AND ISSEI

Before Pearl Harbor

Executive Order 9066

Exclusion and Evacuation

Economic Loss

Assembly Centers

Relocation Centers

Loyalty: Leave and Segregation

Ending the Exclusion

Protest and Disaffection

Military Service

Hawaii

Germans and German Americans

After Camp

Latin Americans



PART II:
THE ALEUTS

War and Evacuation in Alaska


Notes





PERSONAL JUSTICE DENIED
Report of the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians


Contents

Cover

Introduction

Summary


PART I: NISEI AND ISSEI

1. Before Pearl Harbor
2. Executive Order 9066
3. Exclusion and Evacuation
4. Economic Loss
5. Assembly Centers
6. Relocation Centers
7. Loyalty: Leave and Segregation
8. Ending the Exclusion
9. Protest and Disaffection
10. Military Service
11. Hawaii
12. Germans and German Americans
13. After Camp
Appendix: Latin Americans


PART II: THE ALEUTS

War and Evacuation in Alaska


Notes

Index (omitted from the online edition

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 82—600664

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THE COMMISSION ON WARTIME RELOCATION AND INTERNMENT OF CIVILIANS

Joan Z. Bernstein, Chair
Daniel E. Lungren, Vice-Chair
Edward W. Brooke
Robert F. Drinan
Arthur S. Flemming
Arthur J. Goldberg
Ishmael V. Gromoff
William M. Marutani
Hugh B. Mitchell

Angus Macbeth, Special Counsel



[I]t remained a fact that to loyal citizens this forced evacuation was a personal injustice, and Stimson fully appreciated their feelings.

—Henry L. Stimson and McGeorge Bundy,
On Active Service in Peace and War



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