MANZANAR'S MUTINY #DayofRemembrance

A documentary about the conditions and internal strife the Japanese American community faced while imprisoned in politically and racially motivated concentration camps.

Starting Dec. 7th, this date marks the 80th year since the attack on Pearl Harbor had set into motion the forced mass removals of the Japanese Americans. On February 19, 1942, two months after the bombing, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, leading to the assembly, evacuation and relocation of over 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry on the West Coast.

#Reviews

EYES BEHIND BELLIIGERENCE

An inspiring story of loyalty to family and friends during WWII, whom one shares a bond of suffering inside the hardships of Manzanar.

KIRKUS REVIEWS

"Kollenborn avoids easy moralizing while showing the injustice of the camps."

SELF-PUBLISHING REVIEW

"Eyes Behind Belligerence is fascinating... It is worth four stars."

INDIE BOOK BLOG

"Intimate, courageous and raw, it never misses an opportunity to impact the reader's emotion."

Manzanar, WWII soldier, watchtower, Sierra mountains
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