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Most history books mention only the mainland internment camps, relocation centers and Justice Department camps if they mention the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II at all. It's often stated that people of Japanese descent in Hawai'i weren't rounded up and imprisoned --- or that only a few were arrested, and then sent to mainland camps -- because...