Hearing of the House Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Border Security, and International Law re: the Treatment of Latin Americans of Japanese Descent, European Americans, and Jewish Refugees During World War II, March 19, 2009
Archivist discusses Alien Enemy Control Program; National Archives and Records Administration, C-Span Video Library
Enemy alien program overview National Archives and Records Administration website
"Return to Sender: U.S. Censorship of Enemy Alien Mail in World War II." National Archives, Prologue Magazine, Spring 2001, Vol. 33, No. 1 by Louis Fiset, DDS, BA
"Medical Care for Interned Enemy Aliens: A Role for the US Public Health Service in World War II" American Journal of Public Health, by Louis Fiset, DDS, BA
German language documentary available online. Zum Nazi verdammt. Das Schicksal deutschstämmiger US-Familien im 2. Weltkrieg, die in amerikanischen Lagern interniert wurden. Dokumentation directed by Michaela Kirst for Tangram Films, Deutschland, Bayr. Rundfunk, 2007, 52 Min. Many interviews conducted in English with voiceovers. Unfortunately, the online version ends 10 minutes early. Documentary aired on German and French network television. http://tangramfilm.de/filme/film/117
University of Texas, San Antonio Institute of Texan Cultures. (Type Crystal City or Camp Kenedy or Seagoville into search box to see historic photographs of these camps.)
University of Texas, San Antonio oral history interviews with personnel of the Crystal City, Texas Internment Camp—Superintendent of Schools, R. C. Tate, George Ferris, guard, Margaret N. Williams, secretary, Mona Bizzell Baskin, office employee
Report to the Congress of the United States: A Review of the Restrictions on Persons of Italian Ancestry During World War II; Department of Justice, November, 2001.
Una Storia Segreta —Italian American website
Campaign for Justice —Japanese Latin American website
Interviews with administrators of both Alien Enemy Control Program and War Relocation Authority Camps — California State University, Fullerton
Book excerpts by John Christgau, Ursula Potter, and Heidi Donald, read by the authors
Talk in Crystal City, Texas by Eberhart Fuhr, former internee
Lost Voices of Crystal City. BBC Radio 4.
Author and historian Jay Feldman's website
Former internee and author Heidi Gurcke Donald's website
Author and German internment researcher Major Arthur D. Jacobs’ website
Author and historian Priscilla Wegars' website—She has a Table of Justice Department and U.S. Army Internment Camps and Detention Stations in the U.S. during World War II
"Nottebohm's Nightmare: Have We Exorcised the Ghosts of WWII Detention Programs or Do They Still Haunt Guantanamo?" Cindy G. Buys, Southern Illinois School of Law. Her article can be downloaded there in PDF format
Women of World War II Hawaii, Dorothea Buckingham's website, has a number of stories about women during WWII, including internees of German ethnicity.
"Fancy Skullduggery"; Economic Warfare, Enemy Civilians, and the Lessons of World War II — a review of Max Friedman's Nazis and Good Neighbors by Regina U. Gramer
"The U.S. Internment of Families from Latin America in World War II" by Max Paul Friedman, author of Nazis and Good Neighbors: The United States Campaign against the Germans of Latin America in World War II. (PDF)