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Silent Sacrifice: Stories of Japanese-American Incarceration (00:00)

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This program is a riveting, emotional documentary about Japanese Americans who were forced into encampments in the United States during World War II. Utilizing in-depth interviews with former internees and their families, a rich collection of rare historic photos and film clips, and beautifully crafted re-creation scenes, SILENT SACRIFICE reveals the pain, shame, regret and healing that nearly 120,000 Japanese Americans endured for their country.

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Silent Sacrifice: Stories of Japanese-American Incarceration

The Series Includes : Stories of Japanese-American Incarceration—Part 1 | Stories of Japanese-American Incarceration—Part 2
DVD (Chaptered) Price: $339.90
3-Year Streaming Price: $339.90

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This program is a riveting, emotional documentary about Japanese Americans who were forced into encampments in the United States during World War II. Utilizing in-depth interviews with former internees and their families, a rich collection of rare historic photos and film clips, and beautifully crafted re-creation scenes, SILENT SACRIFICE reveals the pain, shame, regret and healing that nearly 120,000 Japanese Americans endured for their country.

Length: 120 minutes

Item#: BVL190177

ISBN: 978-1-64867-333-7

Copyright date: ©2018

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