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Driving back from Iowa, thru Kansas & Colorado we find an Abandoned Town that was a Relocation, Internment Camp during World War II.
So we check it out and find some history about this Nation, not many people care to remember or even know about.
Could history “His Story” repeat itself or can knowledge and creative ideas create new opportunities without the setbacks of the Past?
Granda War Relocation Center
Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt authorized the forced relocation of Japanese Americans living on the West Coast with Executive Order 9066. Over the spring of 1942, some 120,000 Japanese Americans were “evacuated” and placed into temporary “assembly centers” before being transferred to more permanent and isolated “relocation centers” like Granada. Run by the War Relocation Authority, the government body responsible for administration of the incarceration program, Granada was one of ten such camps, the only one to be built on private land. The camp site covered 10,000 acres (40 km2), of which only 640 acres (2.6 km2) was used for residential, community and administrative buildings, while the rest was devoted to agricultural projects.