Personal Justice Denied

Personal Justice Denied Personal Justice Denied tells the extraordinary story of the incarceration of mainland Japanese Americans and Alaskan Aleuts during World War II Although this wartime episode is now almost universally recognized as a catastrophe, for decades various government officials and agencies defended their actions by asserting a military necessity.The Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment was established by act of Congress in 1980 to investigate the detention program Over twenty days, it held hearings in cities across the country, particularly on the West Coast, with testimony from than 750 witnesses evacuees, former government officials, public figures, interested citizens, and historians and other professionals It took steps to locate and to review the records of government action and to analyze contemporary writings and personal and historical accounts The Commission s report is a masterful summary of events surrounding the wartime relocation and detention activities, and a strong indictment of the policies that led to them The report and its recommendations were instrumental in effecting a presidential apology and monetary restitution to surviving Japanese Americans and members of the Aleut community. Read Personal Justice Denied –

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  • Paperback
  • 480 pages
  • Personal Justice Denied
  • Tetsuden Kashima
  • English
  • 24 March 2017
  • 029597558X

10 thoughts on “Personal Justice Denied

  1. Terrance Kutney says:

    The official report of a 1980 Congressional committee on the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII The report s recommendations led to an official apology and redress for the internment from the American government and influenced the Canadian government to do the same The basic thesis of this 250ish page report is that there was no military necessity to intern Americans of Japanese descent during WWII, despite what the military authorities at the time claimed Rather, the report finds t The official report of a 1980 Congressional committee on the int...

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