The Japanese Internment in the United States started in 1942, during World War II.
During World War II, the US government, under Executive Order 9066, authorized the internment of Japanese Americans. Approximately 120,000 individuals of Japanese ancestry, including both US citizens and non-citizens, were forcibly removed from their homes and relocated to internment camps. The involvement included government officials, military personnel, and law enforcement authorities.
It depends on how you spell it in Hebrew:
עֲטָרָה = "corona (of the sun)", "tiara", or "glands (of the penis)". In more religious literature, this form of atara means "crown" or is a metaphor for a person receiving God's glory.
אֲתָרָהּ = "her website"
No it was not - they were American citizens who had done nothing wrong. They were not fighting on the Japanese side during the war. The internment was caused by fear and racism.
There were 110,000 - 120,000 sent to the camps during WW2.
Buy war bombs, sell their property at a loss, join the armed forces, and go to court and fight for their rights.
policies based on racist ideas.