What were the Americans scared the Japanese Americans would do that caused them to be put in internment camps?
That they would cause another war
What was the Effects on the internment on japanese-americans?
The effects on the internment of Japanese-Americans was negative psychologically. Shock and fear plagued the Japanese-Americans as a result of the internment camps. ...
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What is another name for Acupressure a Japanese healing therapy?
Another name, but exactly the same modality, is Shiatsu.
Why did Japanese Americans go to relocation camps?
Some were worried that the Japanese Americans would help the Japanese if the Japanese invaded the west coast. Others just wanted an opportunity to steal the property of the Japanese Americans. ...
Why were japaniese Americans sent to internment camps?
During World War II, anti-Japanese sentiment was high in the United States. Many Americans feared that these Japanese-Americans were spies for Japan. Everyone was afraid after the Japanese strike on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Most of the population believed that the Japanese-Americans could send inside information to the Japanese and allow for another attack on United States soil. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 to sent the Japanese to the camps. However, the Japanese weren't the only ones to be sent to...
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How was African Americans Mexican Americans and Japanese Americans alike?
They are all Americans
What relations changed and how after the atomic bombing?
the Japanese and Americans because it happened to the Japanese and the Americans were the ones that did it . ...
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What was the reasoning of the US government for placing thousands of Japanese Americans into internment camps?
Many Americans were concerned about the loyalty of Japanese Americans
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Why were Japanese Americans interned during World War 2?
Japanese Americans were interned during World War 2 because some Americans feared they would be disloyal. Japan was urging Japanese Americans to act as spies. However, there was no evidence that any Japanese Americans had engaged in espionage or sabotage. During the entire war only ten people were convicted of spying for Japan and these were all Caucasian. Another factor was that white farmers were concerned about the competition from Japanese American farmers and saw internment as a way to get rid of...
How did Japanese Americans react to the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
They said they were not Japanese no more and that they were Americans now. ...
Asked in World War 2
How many Japanese and Americans died in the battle of Peleliu?
Americans - 1,794 killed / Japanese - 10,695 killed .
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Why did the US government intern many Japanese Americans in relocation camps?
Americans thought Japanese Americans were helping japan during ww2
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Why were Japanese Americans put in internment camps?
Because congress and the Americans feared the Japanese Americans were helping those in japan, so they wanted to round up all the Japanese Americans to keep and eye on them. Short answer: fear of treason ...
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What did Americans react to japanese-Americans as a result of the attack on pearl harbor?
most Japanese Americans were treated badly by Americans there were mass movements of them to camps to prevent espionage ...