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LEAD PHOTO: Banner representing the ten American concentration camps in which more than 120,000 Japanese/Japanese Americans were unjustly incarcerated in during World War II, along with the Crystal City Internment Camp and the 100th Battalion/442nd Regimental Combat Team and the Military Intelligence Service, are a part of each Manzanar Pilgrimage. Photo: Geri Ferguson/Manzanar Committee.

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