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Daniels, Roger

Born in 1927, Roger Daniels served in the United States Navy during World War II. He is now Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Cincinnati. His most notable books include American Racism (with Harry Kitano), American Concentration Camps in nine volumes, and Japanese-Americans: From Relocation to Redress. He was an expert witness in the 1982 Presidential Commission of Wartime Relocation and Interment of Civilians. Roger Daniels is the co-author, with Kay Saunders, of Alien Justice: Wartime Internment in Australia and North America (UQP 2000).
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Alien Justice:Wartime Internment In Australia And North America

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"Ethnic Cleansing" and other racial persecution of ordinary citizens in Kosovo and East Timor has brought international condemnation. In Australia this century - as in Canada and the US and many other countries - wartime governments herded German, Italian and Japanese civilians into home-grown concentration camps. A censorship ban meant Australians never knew the camps even existed. This unique volume features international scholars looking at the "enemy alien" response in 3 countries across 2 world wars. This book includes rare photographs of internees and their living conditions.