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Port of No Return

by Miller, Marilyn G. Paperback / softback , pages
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Louisiana State University Press 
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While most people are aware of the World War II internment of thousands of Japanese citizens and residents of the US, few know that Germans, Austrians, and Italians were also held in internment camps. Port of No Return tells the story of New Orleans's key role in this complex secret operation.

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