The U.S. At War: Roundup

The zealous authorities in Norfolk, Va. did not even wait to hear from the FBI. They rounded up every Japanese they could find, clapped them in jail.

From coast to coast, FBI men swooped on Axis nationals. In the Canal Zone hundreds of Japanese aliens were interned (see cut, p. 13). By week's end 1,370 Japs, 1,002 Germans and 169 Italians had been arrested. In almost every case, the FBI had been watching the arrested aliens for at least a year.

Potential Column. The 1,124,000 citizens of Germany, Italy and Japan who live in...

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