How many Japanese civilan's died in World War 2?
About 750,000 Japanese civilians were killed during WW2.
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first answer: 2,620,000 to 3,120,000 Japanese people were killed in World War 2. Most people were killed by being dragged off to war, and over 110,000 Japanese people died in American concentration camps even though they were American citizens. second answer: Japanese were not killed in American camps. While in the camps, the Japanese were well taken care of and not abused.
Yes, all of them were interned with no regard to Constitutional rights. The only ones released were men of military age to fight in the 442nd Regiment in Italy. They fought with distinction, and many of them died. Many other Japanese Americans died from sickness in the internment camps which were unsanitary. The Japanese Americans were not the only ones interned during the war, but they were the only ones interned in the US strictly…