(Shikata ga nai) The book itself is produced well with very good photo reproduction.
I can only hope that other Japanese American families will be able to identify significant relatives following close examination of these now un-censored photos.
This shows in great detail how the government covered up the Japanese prison camps during WWII.
I'm fascinated by Lange's art. Wish she would have written more about her subjects. I appreciate the author's extensive research on Lange and her works. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jane G.
Book was never used in class and purchased for no reason. I read a couple chapters but never got into the whole book.Published 5 months ago by ES
This is an important collection of essays about the internment of US Citizens. The outside historical perspective is helpful in putting the events into better context. Read morePublished 13 months ago by R George Komoto
From the beginning to the end you will not put this book down. It is a great story about a dirty little secret in American History. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Filmmaster 6
A difficult time after Pearl Harbor and an injustice to American citizens who happened to look similar to the enemy.Published 15 months ago by Charles R. Davis
The images are worth the price of the book. Lange captures life in the 'internment' camps beautifully. A fantastic resource for any history teacher.Published 17 months ago by S. Straussman