Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Impact Of Japanese Internment Camps On Japanese Americans

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Franklin D. Roosevelt acted out of fear in 1942 when he sent most of the Japanese Americans into internment camps. Since the Japanese attacked pearl harbor in 1941 it made the Americans feel uncertain about the Japanese Americans in America. Japanese internment camps affected the Japanese Americans by feeling threatened, didn't know long they would stay there and readjusting was very difficult. Firstly how would you feel if you were just attacked and the people that attacked you were in your country? That's how the Americans felt after pearl harbor. They were pulled straight from their homes with little to no warning and they didn't know where they would be taken or how they would be treated.It wasn't the smartest choice, but the president

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