“Japanese Americans removed from their Los Angeles homes line up at Manzanar Relocation Center, in California, on March 23, 1942, for their first meal after arrival at the camp. Rice, Beans, Prunes, and bread were included in the menu.”
Colonel Amparo Salgado, a commander under Gen. Jesús Salgado, who backed the Maderistas in 1911. Salgado was one of the many Madero supporters who quickly soured on him, breaking away and continuing the revolution in 1912, and soon coming into the camp of Zapata.
(Archive of Enrique del Rayo Castrejón)
“Persons of Japanese ancestry from San Pedro, California, arrive at the Santa Anita Assembly center in Arcadia, California, in 1942. Evacuees lived at this center at the Santa Anita race track before being moved inland to other relocation centers.”
Charles VII, the Carlist pretender to the Spanish throne, during the Second Carlist War in the 1870s.
- Unnamed Finnish Sniper, when asked whether he had trouble with killing so many people
93d New York Infantry, Bealeton, Virginia.
“This store owned by a man of Japanese ancestry is closed following evacuation orders in Oakland, California, in April of 1942. After the attack on Pearl Harbor the owner had placed the “I Am An American” sign in the store front window.”