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.
All of the above. Apex
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took homes. and many people.:)
No most were locked in interment camps.
Japanese Americans were placed in American internment camps, during World War II.
Japanese Americans were placed in concentration camps ~ look to the related link below .
No. A lot of Japanese-Americans were placed in internment camps for national security reasons, but none were abused or murdered and they all were released at the end of the war.
They thought that the Japanese Americans might be spies.
Japanese Americans living in the U.S. and Hawaii.
How were civil liberties denied Japanese Americans during World War II.
I think you are referring to the WWII Japanese internment camps. After Pearl Harbor, it was thought that Japanese-American citizens could not be trusted, so they were rounded up and forced to live at various "camps" around the U.S. until the war was over. See the Related Links below.
The Americans won.
the Japanese bombed pearl harbor and we thought all Japanese were evil