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Jerome War Relocation Center

Jerome War Relocation Center  | Japanese-City.com

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Poston War Relocation Center
Poston, AZ 85371

The Jerome War Relocation Center was a Japanese American internment camp located in southeastern Arkansas near the town of Jerome. Open from October 1942 until June 1944,[1] it was the last relocation camp to open and the first to close; at one point it contained as many as 8,497 inhabitants.[1] After closing, it was converted into a holding camp for German prisoners of war.[1] Today, there are few remains of the camp still visible, the most prominent being the smokestack from the hospital incinerator.

Source: http://military.wikia.com/wiki/Jerome_War_Relocation_Center

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