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Join The National WWII Museum and Heart Mountain Interpretive Center for a special two-part webinar series designed for students and families. Discover stories of young Japanese Americans who were uprooted from their communities and removed to live behind barbed wire during World War II. Examine powerful stories of high school students living in these confinement sites through the lens of primary sources and how some of these students eventually served our country and even died in conflict. Don’t miss these powerful live lessons!
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