Muriel Kitagawa on Japanese internment, 1945

Muriel Kitagawa During the second World War, the government considered Canadians of Japanese origin to be security risks. Beginning in 1942, the government forcibly moved 22,000 men, women and children away from coastal areas in British Columbia and interned them in camps in the interior. The Japanese had few public defenders as wartime opinion formed... Continue Reading →

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