The following books
on the World War II internment experience of Japanese Americans
are available in many libraries and bookstores:
A Buried Past II:
A Sequel to the Annotated Bibliography of the Japanese American
Research Project Collection
Compiled by Yuji Ichioka & Eiichiro Azuma. 1999
And Justice for
All: An Oral History of the Japanese American Detention Camps
John Tateishi (Editor). 1984
An Enemy Among Friends
Kiyoaki Murata. 1991
Before the War:
Poems as they Happened
Lawson Inada. 1971
The Bill of Rights and the Japanese American World War II
National Japanese American Historical Society and San Francisco
Unified School District. 1992
Blue Jay in the
Marlene Shigakawa. 1993
By Order of the President: FDR and the Internment of Japanese Americans
Greg Robinson. Harvard University Press. 2001
Changing Dreams and
Treasured Memories: A Story of Japanese Americans in the Sacramento
The Children of Topaz: The
Story of a Japanese-American Internment Camp, Based on Classroom
Tunnell & George W. Chilcoat.
Ethnicity: An Overview of World War II Japanese American Relocation
Burton, Mary M. Farrell, Florence B. Lord, & Richard W. Lord.
Crossing the Phantom
Crystal City Internment
Camp: 50th Anniversary Reunion
Dear Miye: Letters Home
from Japan, 1939-1946
Mary Kimoto Tomita, Robert G. Lee (Translator).
Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American
Yoshiko Uchida. University of Washington Press.
Drawing the Line, Poems by
Lawson Fusao Inada.
Lawson Fusao Inada. Coffee House Press. 1997
Enemies: World War II Alien
The Evacuation Diary of Hatsuye
Edited by Claire Gorfinkel. Intentional Productions.
Exile Within: The Schooling
of Japanese Americans 1941-1945
Thomas James. 1987
The Experience of
Injustice: Health Consequences of the Japanese American
Gwendolyn M. Jensen. UMI Dissertation Services.
Face of the Enemy, Heart of a Patriot:
Japanese-American Internment Narratives
Ann Koto Hayashi / Hardcover. 1995
Fence Away From Freedom: Japanese Americans and World War II.
Ellen Levine. G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1995
Free to Die for
Their Country: The Story of the Japanese American Draft Resisters
During World War II
Eric L. Muller. University of Chicago
From a Three-Cornered World, New &
James Masao Mitsui. University of Washington
From Our Side of the Fence:
Growing Up in America's Concentration Camps
Ed., Brian Komei Dempster.
Go for Broke: A Pictoral History of the Japanese
American 100th Infantry Battalion and the 442d Regimental Combat
Chester Tanaka / Hardcover. 1997
Fire: Japanese Americans at War in Europe and the Pacific
Identity Crisis of the Sansei and the
Concentration Camp. Nobu Miyoshi. Sansei Legacy Project.
Imprisoned Apart: The World War II Correspondence of
an Issei Couple
(Scott and Laurie Oki Series in Asian
Louis Fiset, Roger Daniels. 1998
The Invisible Thread:
Memoir of a Girl Consigned to a Concentration Camp
Yoshiko Uchida. 1991
Issei and Nisei: The
Daisuke Kitagawa. 1974
Japanese American Women:
Three Generations 1890-1990
Mei Nakano. 1990
Japanese Americans and World
War II: Exclusion, Internment, and Redress
Donald Teruo Hata,
et al. 1995
Japanese Americans: From Relocation to
Roger Daniels, et al. 1992
Jewel of the
Desert: Japanese American Internment at Topaz
Judgment Without Trial: Japanese American
Imprisonment during World War II
University of Washington Press.
Peter Irons. 1993
Justice Delayed: The Record
of the Japanese American Internment Cases
The Kikuchi Diary: Chronicle from an
American Concentration Camp.
Kikuchi, Charles. 1993
Legacy of Injustice : Exploring the Cross-Generational
Impact of the Japanese American Internment
Donna K. Nagata.
Life in a Japanese American Internment Camp
(Way People Live)
Diane Yancey. 1998
Manzanar: Photographs by
Armor & Peter Wright. 1989
May Sky - There is Always
Tomorrow: An Anthology of Japanese American Concentration Camp Kaiko
Violet Kazue de Cristoforo.
Morning Glory, Evening
Shadow: Yamato Ichihashi and His Internment Writings,
Gordon H. Chang. 1997
My Six Years of Internment:
An Issei's Struggle for Justice
Rev. Yoshiaki Fukuda. 1957
Nisei: The Quiet
Only What We Could Carry:
The Japanese American Internment Experience
Ed. Lawson Fusao Inada.
Our House Divided: Seven
Japanese American Families in World War II
Tomi Kaizawa Knaefler.
Personal Justice Denied: Report of the Commission on
Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians. United States
Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of civilians, et al.
Prejudice, War and the
Constitution: Causes and Consequences of the Evacuation of the
Japanese Americans in World War II
Jacobus tenBroek, Edward N.
Barnhart, & Floyd W. Matson. 1970
Righting a Wrong: Japanese Americans and the
Passage of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988
Second Kinenhi: Reflections
on Tule Lake
Lake Committee. 2000
Swaine Thomas & Richard S. Nishimoto 1946
Strangers From A Different
Shore: A History of Asian Americans
Ronald Takaki. 1989
The Stubborn Twig: Three
Generations in the Life of a Japanese American
Through Innocent Eyes: Writing and Art from
the Japanese American Internment
Poston I Schoolchildren,
Vincent Tajiri, Ed., Keiro Services Press, 1990
From Relocation to Segregation
Harold Stanley Jacoby.
Views from Within: The
Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement Study
Ed., Yuji Ichioka.
Whispered Silences: Japanese Americans and World War
Gary Y. Okihiro, Joan Myers (Photographer).
Why She Left Us
Years of Infamy: The Untold Story of America's Concentration
Michi Nishimura Weglyn. 1996