"Enemy alien" classification

null

"Enemy alien" classification (277)

Related articles from the Densho Encyclopedia :
Alien Enemies Act of 1798, Custodial detention / A-B-C list

277 items
Letter written by an Issei man (ddr-densho-25-70)
doc Letter written by an Issei man (ddr-densho-25-70)
Matahichi Iseri had been imprisoned in Fort Missoula, Montana, a Department of Justice internment camp for "enemy aliens," since shortly after December 7, 1941. He sometimes wrote letters in his native Japanese, which were read and censored by interpreters and officials from the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Letter regarding parole status (ddr-densho-25-118)
doc Letter regarding parole status (ddr-densho-25-118)
Letter to Matahichi Iseri from an immigration officer, requesting that he meet with an immigration inspector in Ontario, Oregon.
Letter written by an Issei man to his family (ddr-densho-25-68)
doc Letter written by an Issei man to his family (ddr-densho-25-68)
Matahichi Iseri was arrested on December 7, 1941, and taken to Fort Missoula, Montana, where he was detained at a Department of Justice internment camp for "enemy aliens." While he was separated from his wife and children, he was able to send a limited number of letters to them.
Change of Residence Notice (ddr-densho-25-27)
doc Change of Residence Notice (ddr-densho-25-27)
Considered a "dangerous enemy alien," Matahichi Iseri was separated from his family and sent to the Department of Justice internment camp at Fort Missoula, Montana. In June 1942, he received a Change of Residence Notice certificate, which indicated that his request to join his family at the Pinedale Assembly Center in California had been approved.
Letter from Issei man to his family (ddr-densho-25-67)
doc Letter from Issei man to his family (ddr-densho-25-67)
After Japan bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the FBI under the Department of Justice began arresting aliens of Japanese, German, and Italian ancestry. These aliens, although they had not been charged with specific crimes, were considered "dangerous" by the U.S. government, and were interned in special Justice Department camps.
Parole Agreement (ddr-densho-25-57)
doc Parole Agreement (ddr-densho-25-57)
On December 7, 1941, numerous Japanese nationals were arrested by the FBI as "enemy aliens." An alien enemy hearing board was created, which determined whether the aliens were to be released, paroled, or interned. Matahichi Iseri signed a Parole Agreement in which he agreed to the terms of his parole.
Letter written by an Issei man to his family (ddr-densho-25-26)
doc Letter written by an Issei man to his family (ddr-densho-25-26)
While he was at Fort Missoula, Montana, a Department of Justice internment camp for enemy aliens, Matahichi Iseri wrote to his wife and children, who were still awaiting a relocation assignment from the WRA.
Issei's hearing notice (ddr-densho-25-71)
doc Issei's hearing notice (ddr-densho-25-71)
Matahichi Iseri was arrested as an "enemy alien." Those arrested were required to appear before an alien enemy hearing board.
The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 51 (December 21, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-109)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 51 (December 21, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-109)
Selected article titles: "Final Details of Departure Procedure Set" (pp. 1-2), "Relocation: Preliminary Planning Schedule Met-Holland" (pp. 1-2), "Enemy Alien Contraband Travel Regulations Lifted" (p. 2), and "For Tuleans: Sacramento Fast Becoming Most Popular Destination" (p. 4).
The Newell Star, Vol. III, No. 2 (January 11, 1946) (ddr-densho-284-112)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. III, No. 2 (January 11, 1946) (ddr-densho-284-112)
Selected article titles: "Hearing Registration Still Open-Rothstein" (p. 1), "More Resettlers Sought by Arkansas Plantation" (p. 2), "Many Recent Resettlers Now in Northern Calif." (p. 3), and "Alien ID Card Rules Revoked" (p. 3).
The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 48 (November 30, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-103)
doc The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 48 (November 30, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-103)
Selected article titles: "Services to Be Continued After Co-op Closing" (p. 1), "Dept. of Justice: Parole System for Alien Enemies in U.S. Abolished" (p. 2), "To Fingerprint Citizens Going to Japan Dec. 16" (p. 3), and "Philadelphia Receives Its 1000th Resettler" (p. 4).
Letter to an Issei from U.S. Attorney J. Charles Dennis (ddr-densho-166-14)
doc Letter to an Issei from U.S. Attorney J. Charles Dennis (ddr-densho-166-14)
This is a response to a letter from Masaye Mayeno, requesting a rehearing for her husband Kunizo who was being held in a Department of Justice internment camp.
API