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Firm Mattress in Griffith Park

After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the Civil Protection Corps Camp in Griffith Park was transformed into a US American detention center that was detained as "hostile aliens" until they moved to more permanent internal camps. Griffith Park's prison almost immediately opened on Pearl Harbor attack. There were 35 Japanese immigrants suspected of being involved in the fifth column because they lived and worked in the military bases. These people, mostly from the nearest island terminal, have been relocated to the Immigration and Reconciliation Service after a short stay, but soon after a few days and weeks of war began, Issa was arrested. From 1941 to 1942, Greenfield Park was home to up to 550 US American Americans, who subsequently moved to Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale, and other Camps of the Justice Department.

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