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Report to people who have contributed financial support for the Gordon Hirabayashi case on the hearing before the Supreme Court. The Japanese American incarceration camps during World War II were administered by the War Relocation Authority. Camp incarcerees independently wrote and distributed many of their own documents associated with the camp newspapers, camp stores, school publications, and other camp activities. This group of materials contains non-War Relocation Authority documents issued in the incarceration camps or that are related to the incarceration.
World War II--Mass removal ('Evacuation') World War II--Mass removal ('Evacuation')--Exclusion orders World War II--Mass Removal ('Evacuation')--Japanese American community responses Geographic communities--Washington Immigration and citizenship--Law and legislation--Legal cases World War II--Resistance and dissidence Activism and involvement--Civil liberties Activism and involvement--Civil rights World War II--Resistance and dissidence--Supreme Court cases--Gordon Hirabayashi
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