What's Hidden Behind the Propaganda
By: Laura Nusekabel
In the second photo on the right a Japanese- American woman smiles looking joyful as an American guard checks her luggage with a stern face. This photo was used to show the Americans that even though processes like this had to be done the Japanese-Americans did not mind, in fact it appeared that they were enjoying themselves. In both these photos the happiness is almost overdone to the point where it is hard to believe.
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(Image found in Inside an American Concentration Camp By: Richard S Nisihimoto)