The Japanese policy on the internment of wives was somewhat variable. Some English or Americans, who were married to Chinese or Japanese husbands, were not interned. Asian wives of British or American husbands were not interned, though some did voluntarily join their husbands in captivity. Wives who were third nationals (Swiss, Portuguese, Swedish, etc) were generally not interned.
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