Internment

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  • Author : Samira Ahmed
  • Publisher : Hachette UK
  • Pages : 400 pages
  • ISBN : 0349003335
  • Rating : 3.5/5 from 11 reviews
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Internment

Internment
  • Author : Samira Ahmed
  • Publisher : Hachette UK
  • Release : 07 March 2019
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'Samira has created a chilling, powerful, all-too-real near future that's a must-read for everyone's TBR' Karen M. McManus, author of One Of Us Is Lying 'A must-read . . . A heart-rending and all-too credible tale of sacrifice, the ugly face of authority and the courage of youth' Sunday Times' Children's Book of the Month 'A tremendous novel' the Guardian Rebellions are built on hope. Set in a horrifying 'fifteen minutes in the future' United States, seventeen-year-old Layla Amin is forced into an

Surviving a Japanese Internment Camp

Surviving a Japanese Internment Camp
  • Author : Rupert Wilkinson
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Release : 20 November 2013
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During World War II the Japanese imprisoned more American civilians at Manila's Santo Tomas prison camp than anywhere else, along with British and other nationalities. Placing the camp's story in the wider history of the Pacific war, this book tells how the camp went through a drastic change, from good conditions in the early days to impending mass starvation, before its dramatic rescue by U.S. Army "flying columns." Interned as a small boy with his mother and older sister,

Island of Barbed Wire

Island of Barbed Wire
  • Author : Connery Chappell
  • Publisher : Robert Hale Ltd
  • Release : 31 May 2017
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At the start of the Second World War there were estimated to be 75,000 'enemy aliens' living in Britain, each a potential security risk. To screen these, Enemy Alien Tribunals were set up, with the first tribunal judging only 569 cases serious enough to warrant internment. The Isle of man was chosen as somewhere secure enough to hold them. But when Italy entered the war in 1940, the tribunals' workload grew and, by the end of the year, the number of enemy aliens

Impounded

Impounded
  • Author : Dorothea Lange
  • Publisher : W. W. Norton
  • Release : 29 January 2008
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A stunning array of nearly 120 photographs originally censored by the U.S. Army, many of which have never been published, captures the stark reality of the internment camps and the lives of the Japanese-American citizens who were rounded up and forced into the camps following Japan's 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor. Reprint. 10,000 first printing.

Archaeologies of Internment

Archaeologies of Internment
  • Author : Adrian Myers,Gabriel Moshenska
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 24 May 2011
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The internment of civilian and military prisoners became an increasingly common feature of conflicts in the twentieth century and into the twenty-first. Prison camps, though often hastily constructed and just as quickly destroyed, have left their marks in the archaeological record. Due to both their temporary nature and their often sensitive political contexts, places of internment present a unique challenge to archaeologists and heritage managers. As archaeologists have begun to explore the material remains of internment using a range of

Civilian Internment during the First World War

Civilian Internment during the First World War
  • Author : Matthew Stibbe
  • Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan
  • Release : 26 November 2019
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This book is the first major study of civilian internment during the First World War as both a European and global phenomenon. Based on research spanning twenty-eight archives in seven countries, this study explores the connections and continuities, as well as ruptures, between different internment systems at the local, national, regional and imperial levels. Arguing that the years 1914-20 mark the essential turning point in the transnational and international history of the detention camp, this book demonstrates that wartime civilian

The Internment of Western Civilians Under the Japanese 1941 1945

The Internment of Western Civilians Under the Japanese  1941 1945
  • Author : Bernice Archer
  • Publisher : Psychology Press
  • Release : 26 July 2021
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Bernice Archer's comparative study of the experiences of the Western civilians interned by the Japanese in mixed family camps and sexually segregated camps in the Far East, combines a wide variety of conventional and unconventional source material. This includes contemporary War, Foreign and Colonial Office papers, diaries, letters, camp newspapers and artefacts, post-war medical, engineering and educational reports, biographies, autobiographies, memoirs and over fifty oral interviews with ex-internees. Using contemporary personal accounts, the shock of the Japanese victories and the

The Children of Topaz

The Children of Topaz
  • Author : Michael O. Tunnell,George W. Chilcoat
  • Publisher : CreateSpace
  • Release : 31 May 2011
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The diary of a third-grade class of Japanese-American children being held with their families in an internment camp during World War II.

Enemy Child

Enemy Child
  • Author : Andrea Warren
  • Publisher : Margaret Ferguson Books
  • Release : 26 July 2021
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It's 1941 and ten-year-old Norman Mineta is a carefree fourth grader in San Jose, California, who loves baseball, hot dogs, and Cub Scouts. But when Japanese forces attack Pearl Harbor, Norm's world is turned upside down as, one by one, things that he and his Japanese American family took for granted are taken away. In a matter of months, they, along with everyone else of Japanese ancestry living on the West Coast, are forced by the government to move to internment