Descendants of Asian ancestry were placed in internment camps as a precaution after Pearl Harbor was bombed. Many were thought to be spies for Japan.
Japanese-Americans were forcibly relocated into Internment Camps .
Japanese internment camps sprung up during World War Two. These camps relocated 110,000 Japanese Americans on the West Coast. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was a factor in the development of these camps.
Of the approximately 110,000 Japanese Americans who were relocated to internment camps during World War 2, 62% of them were American citizens. Half of those interned were children.
The largest Japanese Internment Camp built during World War 2 was the Oikawa camp in Nevada. It held approximately 50,000 people against their will during the war.
People of Japanese heritage
Suspicion and racism
To prevent them from spying or committing sabotage
During World War II, Jewish people were often relocated to the ghetto. (???)
"Japanese-American internment" where US citizens sere forcibly relocated into what was euphemistically referred to as "War Relocation Camps" : Executive Order 9066 .
They were placed in concentration camps ; Japanese-American internment .
No --- I believe you're thinking of Manzanar. Manzanar was an internment camp used for the Japanese during WWII.
Internment Camps were used to confine and isolate people form the outside world.
world war 1 killed the most because they had more people
See website(s): WW2 internment camps
Japanese-Americans were sent to internment camps during World War II. This internment occurred even if they were no threat.
the Japanese Americans.
The Japanese Americans
Japanese American citizens
all the Japanese Americans in America lived in the camps.
How many Japanese internment camps were there during World War II?
US Internment Camps during WW IIThe related link site will have a map of all the Japanese-American Internment camps in the United States during World War II.