Law in wartime: the International's Criminal Court maneuvers to condemn US citizens. John Yoo, University of California, Berkeley. @HooverInst

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Photo: A girl detained in Arkansas walks to school in 1943.
Tom Parker - This media is available in the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration, cataloged under the National Archives Identifier (NAID) 539345.

Jerome Relocation Center, Denson, Arkansas. The Arkansas rainy season, and this young resident of the Jerome Center dons rubber boots and carries a parasol. The (buckshot) mud makes the trip to and from school a little dificult. (Japanese American interment camp during World War II.)


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Law in wartime: the International's Criminal Court maneuvers to condemn US citizens. John Yoo, University of California, Berkeley.  @HooverInst