The Russian-Jewish Woman Who Voluntarily Interred Herself in a WW2 Japanese Internment Camp
11/07/2022
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The Russian-Jewish Woman Who Voluntarily Interred Herself in a WW2 Japanese Internment Camp

During World War II, Elaine Black Yoneda [1906-1988], the daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants, spent eight months in a concentration camp—not in Europe, but in California. She was an activist who voluntarily joined her incarcerated Japanese-America...

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