New York Times

Not Free to Roam, Even if Registered, Authorities Point Out.

WASHINGTON, March 4. — Reports that unnaturalized Germans in the United States, having registered under the enemy alien regulations, believed themselves free to move about at will, prompted the Department of Justice today to issue a statement reminding them that they still were subject to internment if they transferred their residence from the registration district without obtaining permission from the authorities.
    Many Germans already have been interned for failure to register or to observe enemy alien regulations.


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