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Then and Now WWII. Internment of Japanese Americans in U.S. WWII. Buses lining up at 23rd Street and Vermont Avenue, L.A., on 30 April, 1942, to carry people of Japanese ancestry to the internment camp at Santa Anita racetrack. This photo was published in the 1 May, 1942, Los Angeles Times.
Then and Now WWII. Of the 48 civilians killed as a result of the Pearl Harbor attack, the number killed by friendly fire varies from 33 to 37, as unexploded American anti-aircraft shells landed and then exploded in residential areas. 32 of those killed were in Honolulu. 7 December, 1941. Destruction at the intersection of King and McCully streets, Honolulu.