In the National Archives and the Library of Congress, there are about 7,000 images of the concentration camps of the Japanese Americans that photographers hired by the federal government took during World War II. But most of them were seldom seen until recently

Now about 170 images -many never before published - appear in “Un-American: The Incarceration of Japanese Americans During World War II” (City Files Press) by Richard Cahan and Michael Williams.

Recently knowing it, I purchased this book.