Season1: In 1847-8, the crew of a real life Royal Naval expedition (later known as Franklin's expedition) led by three captains, Sir John Franklin, Francis Crozier and James Fitzjames, is sent to find the Arctic's fabled treacherous Northwest Passage but instead discovers a monstrous polar bear-like predator, a cunning and vicious Gothic horror that stalks the ships in a desperate game of survival. However, it soon becomes clear that that's just the beginning of their troubles. As things worsen and civilized behavior disintegrates in favor of survival at any cost, the crew must simultaneously battle the elements, the supernatural and eventually - themselves. The captains' only ally in all of this becomes a mute Inuit woman, who lives as an outcast from her tribe but still follows their old animistic religion. Season 2 (titled "Infamy") follows the inhabitants of the L.A.-based Terminal Island camp for Japanese Americans during WWII and a string of brutal deaths caused by a mysterious ...
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For Season 2, As shown, questions 27 and 28 on the loyalty questionnaire caused great issues among internees. There was such controversy, that there was a revision to the questions although it did not completely remove the issues regarding the questions. Of the 75,000 people that answered, about 6,700 answered no to both 27 and 28.
- Question 27 - Are you willing to serve in the armed forces of the United States on combat duty, wherever ordered?
- Question 28 - Will you swear unqualified allegiance to the United States of America and faithfully defend the United States from any and all attacks by foreign and domestic forces, and forswear any form of allegiance or disobedience to the Japanese Emperor, or any other foreign government, power, or organization ? (Eventually it was revised to, Will you swear to abide by the laws of the United States and to take no action which would in anyway interfere with the war effort of the United States ?)
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