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Submitted by howard freman (United States), Jan 31, 2009 at 14:34

C.G. Atkins, your first paragraph is not historically correct. There was an internment of Germans. Also the FBI did not have access to "Magic " info ( information gleaned from intercepted and decoded japanese radio traffic ) as it was considered top secret. All who had access were for the internment. I would suggest more research. Many who comment on this subject are not well informed.

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