Japanese internment broadside

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A very polite order to Japanese-Americans to report in an 'orderly' fashion to find out how to evacuate areas of San Francisco. Slap a Star of David on them while they're at it! It's not a far cry from what happened to Jews in Nazi Germany, except for the polite manner in which they were instructed to leave their homes.


Instructions for Internment


Ironically there was no evacuation of Japanese Americans from Hawaii.


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