Seventy-five years ago on Feb. 19, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the order that all those of Japanese ancestry living on the west coast must relocate to internment camps. Even US citizens were subject to the order. Over 130,000 people were involuntarily removed from their homes to camps in Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, Arkansas, Montana and other states. ABHS has accounts of the those who continued to minister to their Japanese congregations in these camps.

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