Free online – Ansel Adams Born Free and Equal: The Story of Loyal Japanese Americans


The book is rescued, here’s a link where you can see it’s pages for free via the Library of Congress. It’s a recently back in print book, but makes an effort to show the injustice of the incarceration. Ansel Adams has been criticized because his photographs which were released were thought to be associated with propaganda. Life was fine, people were happy, and the treatment was fair. Images containing barbed wire wasn’t allowed. But take a look for yourself. It’s a free page by page reproduction that’s online. (Library of Congress – Born Free and Equal)

 

 


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