they were affected by the camps that Canadian government put them in.e.g.internment camps detention camps
Japanese people make good sushi
The World War 2 battle that affected Canada the most was the Battle of the Atlantic. This battle was the largest commitments that Canada was in.
It did'nt affect the Japanese as much as it did Americans. It affected people that live n Hawaii the most. This is because World War Two started when the Japanese bombed pearl harbor. To me this is weird because in World War One they were our allies ( sorry if I spelled allies wrong ) then in World War Two they were our main enemies. Now they are our allies again. The Japanese got affected too but not as much. They lost a lot of their crop, because. Oat of the farmers were at war.
The last year of World War ll with Japanese was 1945. At the end of 1945, the last internment camp was closed and this also saw Japanese people get a formal apology from Canada.
Most people in the world are affected by dust. (Affected = it influences them in some way)
It affected the people and its government by the amounts of bombs they give to the world.
The World? well it has affected the world...people have less energy and it is harded to get jobs......
Canada is a country that has a large, vast immigrant community of people from all over the world. Immigrants found Canada to be a welcoming country and a great place to settle, work and raise families.
I in the USA or Canada or in the World, in the US it is 305,000,000 people in Canada it is about 32,000,000 people in the world it is 7,000,000,000 people
It is affected by third world countries
As of 2011, about 130 million people speak Japanese.
Canada is connected to the world by tourism because many people come from all around the world. Since lots of people come, Canada is connected to the world
It killed millions of people
No American, Chinese, Japanese are the smartest people in the world.
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.
The Japanese people had to recover from defeat and rebuild their country, which they did.
The Great Depression affected many people all over the world.
Nothing. Gay people were affected by WWI the same way straight people were affected.
About 3 million people speak Japanese as as a second language.
Roy Ito has written: 'The Japanese Canadians' -- subject(s): Juvenile literature, History, Japonais, Japanese, Ouvrages pour la jeunesse 'We went to war' -- subject(s): Armed Forces, Canada World War, 1914-1918, Canada World War, 1939-1945, Canadian Japanese Volunteer Corps, History, Japanese, Regimental histories, World War, 1914-1918, World War, 1939-1945