As used in this subchapter—
the term “affected Aleut villages” means the surviving Aleut villages of Akutan, Atka, Nikolski, Saint George, Saint Paul, and Unalaska, and the Aleut village of Attu, Alaska;
(5) the term “eligible Aleut” means any Aleut living on August 10, 1988—
who, as a civilian, was relocated by authority of the United States from his or her home village on the Pribilof Islands or the Aleutian Islands west of Unimak Island to an internment camp, or other temporary facility or location, during World War II; or
the term “World War II” means the period beginning on December 7, 1941, and ending on September 2, 1945.