Imprisoned in Paradise: Japanese Internee Road Workers at the World War II Kooskia Internment Camp
University of Idaho Press
Exposes the United States’ little-known World War II rendition of Japanese
Latin Americans, including men kidnapped from their homes in
Peru, Panama, and Mexico and interned at the Kooskia Camp in Idaho.
Unlike Japanese Americans who have received an official apology and
redress from the U.S. government, the Japanese Latin Americans are still
waiting to obtain justice for the violation of their human rights. Here,
finally, is their story.