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Japanese-Americans Went To The Internment Camp Where Their Relatives Were Detained And It Was Chilling

"It was a lot more emotional for me than I thought it would be."

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In 1942, the US government detained more than 110,000 Japanese-Americans in incarceration camps. To learn more about it, a few younger Japanese-Americans decided to visit Manzanar, a former internment camp in California, to gain a deeper understanding of their ancestors' past.

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