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Army Base Once Used As An Internment Camp For Japanese-Americans To Be Used To Hold Migrant Children: Report

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Army Base Once Used As An Internment Camp For Japanese-Americans To Be Used To Hold Migrant Children: Report

Army Base Once Used As An Internment Camp For Japanese-Americans To Be Used To Hold Migrant Children: Report

Fort Sill Army base in Oklahoma was used as an internment camp for Japanese-Americans during World War II.

And now, according to Time, the same installation will be used to hold migrant children.

Veuer’s Nick Cardona has that story.

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