Following Pearl Harbor, the U.S. government ordered the seizure of 120,000 Japanese-Americans out of fear of another attack. They were temporarily placed in confinement camps like the Tule Lake Segregation Center in California and Heart Mountain in Wyoming. Amateur photographer Bill Manbo (last image) was ripped from his home in Hollywood, but used the time to snap these amazing photos, showing the daily life in the incarceration camps.
Click through to see how American citizens were forced to live, all because of fear.
[via Daily Mail UK]