How many Japanese internment camps were there during World War II?
Japanese Relocation Camps are located on the Pacific Coast of the United States.
Japanese-Americans who were compelled to enter into relocation camps .
They really were much different Relocation Camps and Internment camps were the same thing just that relocation camps were the real camps and internment camps were where the Japanese Americans had to go before they made the relocation camps.
Because the U.S. government thought that some of them might be spies.
"Japanese-American internment" where US citizens sere forcibly relocated into what was euphemistically referred to as "War Relocation Camps" : Executive Order 9066 .
During WWII, the Japanese-Americans were placed in camps because they could not be trusted by the United States Government.
They were relocated by the US gov to camps called war relocation camps.
There were seven states that had Japanese Internment Camps in the US, they were, Colorado, Arizona, Wyoming, Arkansas, California, Idaho, and Utah.
"War Relocation Camps"
Americans thought Japanese Americans were helping japan during ww2
They were relocation camps for Japanese American citizens for security reasons after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 07 Dec 1941 They were not POW or concentration camps.
The Japanese-American internment was euphemistically referred to as "War Relocation Camps" which was one way of calling what were essentially concentration camps .
President Roosevelt put Japanese Americans in relocation camp because of the attack on Pearl Harbor.Every body thought they were spy's.
We were at war with japan and thought that they may be spying on the US.The Japanese Americans were sent to the relocation camps because the Americans suspected that there were spies in that particular group.
Relocation camps were camps where people were kept. Mostly Jews were kept there, but there were other people. They were sent there because Germany and the Nazis hated them!
They weren't. The government just feared that many of them were also Japanese spies, and put as many of them as the gov. could find and put them into RELOCATION camps. Though later, many of these relocatees recalled how the camps were very much like concentration camps.