‘You know that we had nothing to do with this war’: Long-lost letters from interned Japanese-Canadians

The National Post read through the entire digitized archives of the Office of the Custodian of Enemy Property, and presents the most compelling examples below. “Surely there must be a terrible mistake somewhere!” Within weeks of the Japanese attack on …
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