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Congressional Hearing Reviews the U.S. Wartime Treatment of German Americans and German Latin Americans 

On March 19, 2009, the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Border Security, and International Law, chaired by Representative Zoe Lofgren (CA-16) joined by Ranking Member Steven King (IA-5), convened a hearing focused on the U.S. treatment of European Americans and Latin Americans, Japanese Latin Americans, and Jewish refugees during World […]

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House Subcommittee Hearing on Wartime Treatment Study Act Scheduled for March 19, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Wartime Treatment Study Act (H.R. 1425/S. 564), was introduced on March 10, 2009. The Immigration Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing on this bipartisan legislation for Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 12 P.M. in 2237 Rayburn House Office Building. If passed, The Wartime Treatment Study Act would establish two fact-finding […]

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Whose America? Who’s American? Diversity, Civil Liberties, and Social Justice?

July 3-6, 2008 What: Whose America? Who’s American? Diversity, Civil Liberties, and Social Justice? A National Conference presented by the Japanese American National Museum will examine the connections between the Japanese American experience and the historical and contemporary issues surrounding democracy and civil rights. When: July 3-6, 2008 Where: Denver, Colorado Why: Gather your friends and family from across the […]

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NPS Grant Hearings

National Park Service Establishing Grant Proposal Criteria for Japanese American Confinement Site Legislation 2007—In 2006, President Bush signed into law a bill which authorizes the National Park Service to spend up to $38 million to preserve historically significant Japanese American World War II confinement sites. Ten War Relocation Authority camps, such as Tule Lake, Heart […]

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2007 Crystal City Reunion

THE SECOND NATIONAL REUNION OF GERMAN AMERICAN WORLD WAR II INTERNEE FAMILIES IN CRYSTAL CITY, TEXAS November 6 — November 9, 2007 The second reunion of German American World War II internees was held in Crystal City, Texas from November 6 through November 9, 2007. The reunion was organized by former Crystal City internee, John A. Schmitz, and […]

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2007 Crystal City Reunion Narrative

REPORT: NOVEMBER 2007 CRYSTAL CITY INTERNMENT CAMP RE-UNION By: Anneliese “Lee” (Wiegand) Krauter Author of “From the Heart’s Closet—A Young Girl’s World War II Story” A re-union of some of the last remaining German/American internees of the Crystal City Family Internment Camp, Crystal City, Texas, happened on November 6th – 9th, 2007. It was the […]

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San Mateo Enemy Alien Conference and Drama Night

April 28, 2007 Successful San Mateo Enemy Alien Conference and Drama Night “I intend to take the teachers syllabus and promote its contents.” “Extend the Conference to other cities, to educate ALL.” “The program told a story that hasn’t been told. Excellent. Very interesting.” “I have always felt that the media’s coverage of the plight […]

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San Mateo Enemy Alien Conference and Drama Night Announced

April 2007 HIDDEN STORIES OF WORLD WAR II: A Conference on Enemy Alien Restrictions and Internment and FREEDOM LOST: Three One Act Plays on Enemy Aliens in World War II In 2001, a unique collaboration among the Japanese, German, and Italian communities produced the highly acclaimed photo-exhibit “The Enemy Alien Files: Hidden Stories of World […]

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Vanished Tours Begin | Traveling Exhibit Tells Unknown Story of German-American Civilian Internment in the United States during World War II

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Fall 2006 Contact person: Eric Brandt at 651.292.8700 or programs@TRACES.org .   Traveling Exhibit Tells Unknown Story of German-American Civilian Internment in the United States during World War II  Some disappeared under the cover of night, while others were taken during raids on their place of employment. About a third were kidnapped by U.S. agents in other countries and […]

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