Reporting for processing

Japanese heads of family and persons living alone form a line outside Civil Control Station located in the Japanese American Citizens League Auditorium in San Francisco, California, to appear for “processing” in response to Civilian Exclusion Order Number 20, on April 25, 1942 (NARA)

4 thoughts on “Reporting for processing

  1. Thank you for taking the time to present this awful moment in history. I’ve studied the Japanese forced relocation, but this is the first time I’m ever seeing these pictures. Thank you again.

  2. Yes, there were a number who took their cases to the Supreme Court: Yasui, Hirabayashi, Korematsu, Endo. There were also a number who refused to serve in the military.

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