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Manzanar, Block 14 Barracks 1
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During the war with Japan, President F. D. Roosevelt authorized in early 1942, the internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans in the United States. Manzanar was one of ten camps and housed 11,070 Japanese Americans between 3/1942 and 11/1945. Today, Manzananar Nation Historica Site preserves the many stories of Manzanar's past.

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