Diane Putnam

Diane Putnam

Posted on 10/13/2015


Photo taken on October 13, 2015



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POW


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Camp Tulelake building

Camp Tulelake building
Japanese-American and POW internment camp of WWII, Tulelake, California. POWs were 150 Italian & 800 German. There were two separate Camp Tulelake sites, this one near the town of Tulelake and one at the town of Newell, a few miles southeast. This site was very cushy compared to the harsh conditions at Newell, which was high-security. (See link for more info) The Newell site became the largest Japanese-American internment camp in the USA.

Read about the camp here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulelake_camp

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Gisela Schlegel
Gisela Schlegel
Great work!
2 years ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Gisela Schlegel
Vielen Dank, Gisela!
2 years ago.