all the Japanese Americans in America lived in the camps.
The largest Japanese Internment Camp built during World War 2 was the Oikawa camp in Nevada. It held approximately 50,000 people against their will during the war.
They were placed in concentration camps ; Japanese-American internment .
People of Japanese heritage
Japanese-Americans were sent to internment camps during World War II. This internment occurred even if they were no threat.
the Japanese Americans.
The Japanese Americans
US Internment Camps during WW II The related link site will have a map of all the Japanese-American Internment camps in the United States during World War II.
No --- I believe you're thinking of Manzanar. Manzanar was an internment camp used for the Japanese during WWII.
Distrust and racism led to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War 2. Even families that had lived in the United States for generations were sent to camps.
See: Japanese American internment
America thought that all Japanese people were spies. America didn't want to take a chance on any japanese.
The U.S. government put all Japanese-Americans in internment camps. They weren't treated well at all. Some internment camps housed these people in old horse stalls!!!!
How many Japanese internment camps were there during World War II?
Japanese-Americans were forcibly relocated into Internment Camps .
Japanese internment camps sprung up during World War Two. These camps relocated 110,000 Japanese Americans on the West Coast. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was a factor in the development of these camps.
world war 1 killed the most because they had more people
There isn't a consolidated online resource for finding the identities of Japanese people placed in internment camps. One would have to inquire with the Department of Justice or search through records of the War Relocation Authority.
This happened during World War II after the Japanese attacked the US base in Hawaii when Franklin Roosevelt was president.
A Japanese internment camp was where Japanese and Japanese Americans were housed during World War II. Japanese Americans were stripped of their possessions and taken to camps with just the minimum needed to live. Even young children were taken.
The USA was worried about the Japanese-Americans on the coast supplying Japanese with information and helping the Japanese attack the USA in any way. So the USA put the Japanese-Americans in internment camps.
Franklin Roosevelt by Executive Order 9066.
Internment camps in the SW United States
Thousands of Japanese-Americans were forced to live in Japanese internment camps in the U.S. There were really no benefits to the relocation and it proved to be the largest violations of civil liberties in American history.
How were civil liberties denied Japanese Americans during World War II.
Exactly the same number as Mexican-Japanese.
Either live in the Japanese Concentration/Internment camps or fight in Europe.
See website: Japanese-American internment camps.
As a noun : The internment of Japanese - American citizens during the Second World War was thought to be necessary by the US President Franklin D. Roosevelt .
Japanese Americans were placed in American internment camps, during World War II.
During World War 2 under executive order 9066 signed by president Roosevelt, the United States government sent about 120000 people of Japanese decent living in the US to internment camps.
Japanese American internment during WW2 was ordered by United States in 1942 after Imperial Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor.
Fearing that Japanese living in the United States would help Japan, the government gathered up almost 120,000 Japanese-Americans and resident Japanese aliens and placed them in internment camps. Some people remained in the camps for over three years.
Could a situation such as the internment of Japanese Americans during World War 11 take place today? If so,under what circumstances? If you do not feel this could happen,explain why.
The Japanese were kept in internment camps during World War II because many Americans feared that they would betray the US to Japan.
See website: Japanese American internment. They did not detain Asians. They detained Americans who were descendants of Japanese ancestors.
There were many reasons why someone was moved into an internment camp during World War 2. In the US, some Japanese people were put into camps because of their descent. In Germany, many Jews, homosexuals, gypsy, and political enemies were put in camps for no reason.
Allied civilians and possibly European Jewish refugees
Kenji by Fort Minor is a song about the Japanese internment during WW2
Of the approximately 110,000 Japanese Americans who were relocated to internment camps during World War 2, 62% of them were American citizens. Half of those interned were children.
22,000 Candian Japanese were interned in camps in Canada. It is tragic. They were recompensed later.
Japanese Americans were sent to internment camps during WWII. These were typically situated in west-coast states, but there were some scattered throughout the rest of the U.S.
Presumably this refers to Japanese-Americans who were forced into internment camps.
Japanese Americans living in the U.S. and Hawaii.
The Nisei were second generation Japanese Americans, born in the United States to Japanese parents. They were subject to pervasive discrimination and internment during World War II.
they went on with their lives because it would be a war crime to kill them
they were interned because during ww2, Canada was at war with Japan and many canadians on the homefront felt that there were enemy aliens in British Columbia and thus wanted all Japanese people to be separated from the other sreggin.
yoshiko uchida is a female japanese-american author who was sent to an internment camp during world war II during her college years.(thats how old she is.)