- from intern + -ee (Wiktionary)
“Here are our three featured speakers: Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal (left), former Transportation Secretary (and Heart Mountain internee) Norman Mineta (middle), and former Wyoming Senator Alan Simpson.”
“The job posting did say "internee," but I thought it was a typo”
“If not, they often ended up doing odd jobs and living in internee camps.”
“Congress in 1988, authorizing President Ronald Reagan to apologize for the internment of 110,000 Japanese Americans during World War II and to compensate each living internee a sum of $20,000.”
“A column about the wartime experiences of her mother, who was a child internee of the Japanese, was published in the Spring 09 edition of Foto8 Magazine.”
“He was put up at the city's Adlon hotel, and was paid to make a series of broadcasts, mainly for American listeners, describing his life as an internee.”
“Telling their stories can be agonizing and one former Japanese-American internee merely holds up four fingers whenever the subject of the internment is brought up, indicating the four years of his life lost in an internment camp.”
“Commission regarding pay for unused leave or compensation for poor diet or treatment unless you are a civilian internee”
“Copies of the communications from your branch of service or other government agency or employer to your next-of-kin informing them of your status as a prisoner of war or civilian internee or other such communications concerning your status.”
“This ought not to be hidden," says Norman Mineta, a former internee who become a congressman and served in the cabinet of two presidents.”
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