Shattered Lives, Shattered Dreams: The Disrupted Lives of Families in America’s Internment Camps
Estlack, Russell. Shattered Lives, Shattered Dreams: The Disrupted Lives of Families in America’s Internment Camps. Bonneville Books, Cedar Fort, Inc., Springville, Utah, 2011.
Anti-communist paranoia during World War II led to the internment of thousands of German-Americans in prison camps throughout the United States. Purposely forgotten by many, Shattered Lives, Shattered Dreams gives a voice to those silenced for so long as former internees and their families describe their hellish lives in the camps and how they are still impacted more than 65 years later.