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There is amazing pictures, so much history to be read. The building was all renovated you could just feel the people there as you walked around and read about them.
Well worth a visit... It gives you an understanding of what happened to Japanese people being relocated to the West Kootenays during WW2
Amazing collection of photographs and captions about the internment of Japanese Canadians during WWII. This internment was in a hotel in Kaslo and was mainly for women, children and old people. It is very welcome.
The museum clearly communicates how appalling was Canada's treatment of Japanese Canadians in the second world. I don't know how anyone could fail to be moved by the photos and the stories. A bigger budget for the museum would help, but it's a great job given (evidently) limited resources.
Came to see where my Mom was born and my family was housed during the war by the government. Got a tour by Ian and wow what a wealth of knowledge this guy has about the wrongs done during the war. The place was reserected from ruins and now is a great place to visit. Worth a trip.
Was very surprised about the Japanese-Canadian history, I guess as an American I thought we were the only country that treated the Japanese people like we did during WWII . Was eye opening to see history.
This is a great little slice of what life was like for Japanese Canadians during WWII - what a sad chapter in our history. Some great artefacts - news stories, clothing, luggae, furniture, school desks, etc. Cute little enclosure that you can walk around with original structures. Very quaint and not pricey.
Saturday rainy afternoon visits: This museum, previously an older hotel that has gone though many stages of restoration, included both... 更多
It's important that we remember that civil liberties we take for granted today are very new to our society. To... 更多
Truly thought provoking photos of Canadian citizens being persecuted simply because of their ethnicity. Aren't we fortunate to have learned... 更多