After a few months, her mother was ordered to an internment camp.
This is the kind of majority rule, he explained, that led to “Jim Crow” and “the internment of the Japanese.”
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, she was among the tens of thousands Japanese-Americans dispatched to internment camps.
He returned to London and was promptly arrested, as were many refugees, and sent to an internment camp.
Paul might have a point with Japanese internment, which was authorized by executive order.
internment in a city of refuge was a sober and judicial proceeding.
With the internment of Mrs. Annie Besant it sounded a new note—a note inspired by an ardent love of humanity.
Yet, however excellent the impression may be, an internment camp is a miserable place.
They were now awaiting the arrival of the internment papers from Washington; when these came she would be taken away.
The expenses incurred by the internment will be made good at the conclusion of peace.