Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Japanese Internment Camps


This is a video I found about the Japanese Internment Camps, with one of my favourite songs by the band Fort Minor. I hope you enjoy it!

1 comment:

Patricia Bou said...

Very interesting, indee! Did you know this video was produced by a student for his/her history class in the US?

I'm sure you'll do a great job, too.

This video is at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BJjo0BCbGo&feature=player_embedded#at=167



And its description in YouTube is:

A video I made for history class about Japanese Internment. The song is Kenji by Fort Minor

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