Japanese American Internment - Facilities - List of Camps - Justice Department Detention Camps

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

Read more about this topic:  Japanese American Internment, Facilities, List of Camps

Other articles related to "justice department detention camps, camps, camp, justice department, justice":

Japanese-American Internment - Facilities - List of Camps - 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 ...
2000 AD (comics) - History - The 1990s
... getting older and the democratic movement was causing him to doubt his role, so Justice Department had groomed Kraken, the former Judda cloned from his bloodline, to replace him ... After Dredd had left, Justice Department had put Kraken through one final test, and given him Dredd's badge ... Hairsine, it followed on from "Mechanismo", a series of stories in the Megazine in which Justice Department, opposed by Dredd, tried to introduce robot judges ...
2001 In Afghanistan - September
... on trial for promoting Christianity, but Chief Justice Noor Mohammad Saqib said the defendants could hire foreign lawyers ... The hearing was presided over by Chief Justice Noor Mohammad Saqib and 18 other judges ... Bush met with his national security team at Camp David, he told reporters that Osama bin Laden was a prime suspect in the September 11th attacks ...

Famous quotes containing the words detention, justice and/or department:

    I would like you to understand completely, also emotionally, that I’m a political detainee and will be a political prisoner, that I have nothing now or in the future to be ashamed of in this situation. That, at bottom, I myself have in a certain sense asked for this detention and this sentence, because I’ve always refused to change my opinion, for which I would be willing to give my life and not just remain in prison. That therefore I can only be tranquil and content with myself.
    Antonio Gramsci (1891–1937)

    The honor my country shall never be stained by an apology from me for the statement of truth and the performance of duty; nor can I give any explanation of my official acts except such as is due to integrity and justice and consistent with the principles on which our institutions have been framed.
    Andrew Jackson (1767–1845)

    The African race evidently are made to excel in that department which lies between the sensuousness and the intellectual—what we call the elegant arts. These require rich and abundant animal nature, such as they possess; and if ever they become highly civilised, they will excel in music, dancing and elocution.
    Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811–1896)