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Granada War Relocation Center cemetery [1]
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The Granada War Relocation Center is a former Japanese-American internment camp located outside of Grenada, Colorado.  It housed nearly 7,300 people during WWII.  Today, many of the buildings are gone but the concrete foundations still remain.  This cemetery is located on the southwest end of the camp to remember some of the citizens of the camp who served during WWII &/or died.

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