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Today in World War II History—March 18, 1942

Map of relocation centers and camps used for the internment of Japanese-Americans in WWII (US National Park Service)

Map of relocation centers and camps used for the internment of Japanese-Americans in WWII (US National Park Service)

80 Years Ago—Mar. 18, 1942: President Roosevelt creates War Relocation Authority under Milton Eisenhower to remove all Japanese-Americans from the West Coast.

In Australia, Gen. Douglas MacArthur officially takes command of Allied forces in the Southwest Pacific Area.

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