Revisiting a shameful chapter in US history: Japanese-American internment
The year after Pearl Harbor, Japanese-Americans were forced from their homes and businesses at gunpoint and shipped to concentration camps in remote areas. NBC’s Tom Brokaw marks the 75th anniversary of a shameful chapter in American history with a visit to one of those camps: Heart Mountain in Wyoming.
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