Manzanar National Historic Site

The Manzanar National Historic Site gives a glimpse into the lives of the Japanese Americans that were incarcerated there, during World War II. It is located in California’s Owens Valley, on US-395, about 250 miles east of Los Angeles. The Japanese Americans were first brought to Manzanar in March of 1942, until the last incarcerates were released in 1945.

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