A Fence Away From Freedom by Ellen S. Levine

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A series of interviews with Japanese Americans, who were placed in internment camps during World War II merely because they had Japanese ancestry, reveals how they lost businesses, homes, and personal possessions.
 

About Ellen S. Levine

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Ellen S. Levine is a web producer, writer, editor, and consultant in marketing and publicity.
 
Published October 17, 1995 by Putnam Juvenile. 260 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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An excellent history of Japanese-American internment camps that, while claiming not to be exhaustive, is comprehensive in scope.

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An excellent history of Japanese-American internment camps that, while claiming not to be exhaustive, is comprehensive in scope.

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