Jewish Americans were not treated any different during World War I.
The Mexican Americans contribute during world war 2 because of a program called Bracero and that's how they contribute during world war 2.
Mexican Americans migrated to America to work as steel workers during World War I. They soon began to take jobs in agriculture.
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Japanese American, Mexican Americans, Philipino Americans, etc.
Japanese Americans , Blacks , Hispanics, Women, German Americans, Italian Americans
Japanese-Americans were forcibly relocated into what were , essentially , concentration camps .
blacks were not treated equally within the military
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AnswerAfrican Americans were treated bad and they had racial protest against them
Many Americans of German descent during both WW1 & WW2 changed their names to sound more American. US citizens of German descent in WW1 were often treated with hostility and not trusted.
I dont know much but i know that they were treated worse and much more strict. African Americans had more jobs and duty's to perfrom during world war two.
they were fare civilians but could been racist at and treated badly
Japanese-Americans who were compelled to enter into relocation camps .
The U.S. government acknowledged that the Japanese Americans were treated unfairly.
they immigrated to america as steel workers during WW1 and gained emoloyment in agriculture
During World War II, Japanese Americans were treated extremely unfairly. Specifically, President Roosevelt signed an executive order which called for all Japanese Americans in the US to be rounded up and moved into camps.
They were treated very poorly
The women and African Americans gained more respect and rose the ranks in society. They had more opportunities to excel. The Japanese Americans however (since Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and was there enemy) were treated with disrespect and put into camps. They were unfairly treated by America during this period.
CORE Congress of racial equality. African Americans in the military, Mexican Americans in wartime and the Japanese Americans in the War effort: Japanese American Citizens League.
The japanese-americans were treated poorly in the internment camps they were forced to go to. Their homes and businesses were abandoned and in many cases they lost everything.
Most of them were put into a concentration camp during the war. The conditions were poor, not as bad as in Germany, but still bad. They were treated like enemies.