Camp Anza

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Camp Anza was a United States Army installation in what is now Riverside, California during World War II. Construction began on July 3, 1942, and was completed on February 15, 1943.

The post was activated on December 2, 1942, initially designated as Arlington Staging Area, and renamed Camp Anza on December 12, 1942. Camp Anza was deactivated on March 31, 1946.


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Coordinates: 33°56′35″N 117°27′47″W / 33.943°N 117.463°W / 33.943; -117.463