Usually, when we talk about Japanese prison camps during World War II, the story centers around Japanese Americans. But there was actually another group whose story intertwines with the Japanese Americans' during the war.
Ron Moore knows this firsthand.
At the age of 11, he moved with his family to Poston, Arizona in 1949. “We moved into one of the barracks,” he says.
Those barracks were at the Colorado River Relocation Center, which is known as the Poston internment camp.