The Wartime Internment of Americans of Italian Ancestry
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The World War 2 Internment of Italian-Americans

Abstract: The Japanese-American community was subjected to internment in large numbers from the outset of world war 2, but they were not singled-out. The same…

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Why Columbus Day of 1942 is so meaningful today
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Why Columbus Day of 1942 is so Meaningful Today

Estimated reading time: 30 minutes Beginning on December 8th 1941, over 600,000 Italian-Americans were branded “enemy aliens” and were firmly under the surveillance of the…

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How a World War 2 letter between two cousins triggered a search for the final resting place of nine missing USAAF Airmen.
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In Search of TSgt Dominick J Lanni USAAF

It would be unimaginable today for an American family to have seven members serving in the US armed Forces during the same conflict. Numbers like…

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