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Home Alaska in World War Two John Lesesne DeWitt (Jan 9, 1880 – Jun 20, 1962) was a general officer in the US Army, best known for his vocal support of the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II.

John Lesesne DeWitt (Jan 9, 1880 – Jun 20, 1962) was a general officer in the US Army, best known for his vocal support of the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II.

Personnel of the 1920 Alaskan Expedition (Capt Streett is not shown)
Alaskan-AirCom (illustration)