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> An account of mistreatment of girls and boys in Iraqi prisons: “Undressing, blows and cold water”

9 July 2004 15:44
The internment of Europeans in the US during WW ll was not due to unrest in the country, nor was there any sabotage, bombings, suicide or otherwise. There were not even public marches, nor dissent of any kind in protest toward the inexorable march toward the US eventual entry into war against Germany. I was arrested in my Woodward High Classroom at the age of 17. My picture was expunged from the yearbook, except where it appeared on football, baseball, and Spanish Club group pictures. I was the interned until I was 22 within the same internment camps with Japanese. The Japanese were (...)


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