Alien enemies-IDs, German personal statement
[Letter from Fred Berg protesting the internment of his family], pp. -
RLPjRO~)D1 I) Al MVl N'AUM)FAI A1VI.( IV GOPT -2-2-2- very much surprised to see us among the intrnens and thuy told us hat no citizens on the -.iainlaxid hadl bgon arre!terl, which seems to be true, because we never net any. It neems to -e, that the F.B.I. in londlulu could not finl 6n1A'?h , I.uX4rots ali'ng I non the wite ,opulat!.onn and ju,t had to tlrrow nome citizons atnd Im sure that so aro the rfizt f the citi%enp hero in thiis caiiD. ;;ow in thic camp --e are together w1ta pro-zxts ol.oments, have to isten to their tal -f victory and. Ao on, and when we tate our qtatus, and defend our American Meati, and being l,whed at, well you will understand how -14erable we fobl. I'm lo.yal to Vif countr I gave my T;Iedge to th- c antitutiofn n,l sllw.d iny rt--r-peet to 'ur f1i and I beg you flear n1r, Je.--ne bo so !Ind, arl gavi 'i y r coop;rstion in. getting ont of this niery. And if we ti i hys to wait for our fro dor for a while, -n.vlo .e nm, th-it we citizens are Ponarated from thlF iro-axis atmo-ohere as sooon ao. -otiblo. Aloha nedl very truly y,ur-, ired .Borg Camp McOry, iectnsin.
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