A | More | Perfect | Union --  Japanese Americans and the U.S. Constitution
The Japanese American ExperienceReflectionsCollection SearchResourcesCredits

Post a Response
Name

E-mail Address (optional)

 
 
 
By contributing your comments, you agree that the Smithsonian may make use of them for educational, research and museum purposes, including publication. A selection of comments may be posted on our Web site at the discretion of the curatorial staff after review. Please see the Smithsonian's privacy policy.
 
 

 
 
 
Search for keywords in all of the reflections and responses.
 

Reflections
Reactions found 111 stories, showing stories 111-111

Bonnary Lek
This website is a great addition to the resources of the Japanese American internment period. The material is presented in a logical manner that is easy to follow. Further, the "click and drag" option allows the site visitor to read through the material at his/her own pace as though he/she is actually walking through the Smithsonian exhibit. In fact, one feature of the website that is better than the actual exhibit is the option to enlarge the photographs. Because the visitor may broaden the photos, he/she can have a better view of the pictures without having to bend over or squint. The music accompaniment adds more effect to the solemn tone of the subject matter. Likewise, the audio recordings enhance the fact that real American citizens experienced these events. A suggestion, however, would be to perhaps add a button to stop playing the recording. If a visitor clicks on the play button by mistake, the recording may be lengthy and the viewer may become annoyed that he/she must listen through the entire recording instead of moving on to the next photo and recording. Besides that small recommendation the website is a helpful resource for anyone interested in learning more about the Japanese American internment camps especially with the Collection Search and Resources pages. Also, the Reflections page may even become a resourceful page once people start posting their stories and memories from this time in history. Overall, this website is a success.

<<Prev Page    Result Pages 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23   
Smithsonian - National Museum of American History - Behring Center