Fearing that Japanese living in the United States would help Japan, the government gathered up almost 120,000 Japanese-Americans and resident Japanese aliens and placed them in internment camps. Some people remained in the camps for over three years.
Internment Camps were camps created by the United States government to house Japanese-Americans during the Second World War. Japanese-Americans were removed from their homes and forced into camps, for the government feared some were spies for the Japanese Empire.
internment camps were during the time of ww1. as Australia were fighting against Germany, Australia was very anti Germans like all the allied countries. internment camps is where Australian-Germans were interned. they were unfair as even if you had German in you you may have been interned