Item # 220491.
At Manzanar concentration camp during World War II, many Japanese Americans participated in the war effort even though they had been forced to evacuate their homes. Here, women weave camouflage nets.The full title also goes on to say "This is one of several War and Navy Department projects carried on by persons of Japanese ancestry in relocation centers." However, the camouflage net project was short-lived due to a strike by the workers for more pay. Instead of increasing the wages to what workers outside of the camps were making, they shut down the operation.
This is an archival digital print created using 100% acid-free cotton fine art paper and the highest quality pigmented, non-toxic, environmentally friendly ink available with a color permanence rating of at least 200 years. Print size 8" x 10". Comes sleeved with foam core backing board.