Japanese Americans is the correct name for Japanese Americans
That they would cause another war
You can call them Indians or First Americans.
Japanese Americans born in America are American citizens. The term Japanese Americans means that they are of Japanese decent but live in the US.
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.
Senshi = Sailor (Japanese)
Another name, but exactly the same modality, is Shiatsu.
Sadly there were 110,000 - 120,000 Japanese Americans sent to the internment camps during WW2.
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.
Kutani, Imari, or Arita.
Japanese-Americans, German-Americans, and Italian-Americans.
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 Internment Camps by the United States. Some German-Americans and Italian-Americans were also sent to camps.
They are all Americans
the Japanese and Americans because it happened to the Japanese and the Americans were the ones that did it .
The Japanese were most impressed with the Americans because of their powerful ships and guns
Many Americans were concerned about the loyalty of Japanese Americans
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 their competitors.