- n. Plural form of internee.
“The status of Gitmo internees is not that of prisoners of war, or is it?”
“Sponsored by a group of former German American and Latin American internees and their families, the German American Internee Coalition web site (www. gaic.info) has a wealth of information.”
“The only difference between individual German internees and Japanese internees is that Germans are still a politically incorrect ethnicity.”
“Even Ellis Island, an existing national historic site that housed thousands of internees, is devoid of all facts regarding the history of German and Italian internment in the US.”
“Since Switzerland was a nonbelligerent, the airmen were not considered either prisoners of war or evaders; having entered the country armed and willingly, they were classified as internees.”
“This article tells the story of the just over one hundred Japanese American internees from the Poston Relocation Center who resisted the military draft in 1944 in protest of the deprivation of their rights as U.S. citizens.”
“I'm writing a piece about the 100 internees from the Poston Relocation Center in southwestern Arizona who resisted the draft in 1944.”
“(And if you want testimonials about Wyoming's robust commitment to equality, track down a few of the surviving Japanese American internees from the Heart Mountain Relocation Center near Cody, Wyoming, and ask them to tell you about equality, Wyoming-style.)”
“Let's start an effort to bring Guantanamo north and be the host for these long-term internees, what say?”
“We were allowed out for about two hours under heavy guard to meet at the local park our fellow internees from the Race Course camp.”
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