Recent Examples on the WebThe origin of the Spam musubi is murky, but some have suggested it was created by Barbara Funamura, a Japanese-American woman from Kauai, or during the Japanese internment camps during World War II.—Kathleen Wong, USA TODAY, 8 Aug. 2023 Of the thousands of internment camps the Nazis constructed, Terezin was unique.—Douglas Starr, Smithsonian Magazine, 29 Aug. 2023 Later, she was captured by the German military and became pregnant by a German officer in an internment camp.—Escher Walcott, Peoplemag, 27 Aug. 2023 The sweeping work presents Minidoka, an internment camp in Idaho where the Japanese American artist was incarcerated for two years in the early 1940s.—Angelica Aboulhosn, Smithsonian Magazine, 14 Aug. 2023 When a Folk High School is turned into an internment camp for German refugees, the headmaster couple Jakob and Lis, and their children are thrust into an impossible situation.—Elsa Keslassy, Variety, 30 June 2023 The agreement, signed by 29 Diné representatives and U.S. Army Lt. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman, allowed the Diné people to return to a part of their ancestral homeland after five years in exile and internment at Bosque Redondo in New Mexico.—Anna V. Smith, ProPublica, 26 June 2023 This scene was filmed on location in Aix-en-Provence, France, at the former internment site Camp des Milles, which is now a memorial museum.—Tyler Coates, The Hollywood Reporter, 26 June 2023 Mel and Josephine have been married 61 years, but this is the first time Josephine has been in Arkansas since her internment.—I.c. Murrell, Arkansas Online, 5 May 2023 See More
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