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Justice Department Detention Camps

These camps often held German and Italian detainees in addition to Japanese Americans:

  • Crystal City, Texas
  • Fort Lincoln Internment Camp
  • Fort Missoula, Montana
  • Fort Stanton, New Mexico
  • Kenedy, Texas
  • Kooskia, Idaho
  • Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Seagoville, Texas

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