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How Did Yoshiko Yamamoto Use Executive Order 906?

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It was March 13, 1942. Yoshiko Yamamoto was arrested by a pair of FBI agents because, like many other Japanese Americans during World War 2 she was suspected of being a Japanese spy. Franklin D. Roosevelt had issued with order 9066 which changed the lives of 120,000 people and more. After the war, Japanese Americans tried to start all over and they tried to get their jobs, property, and their pride but the government refused. Executive order 9066 was officially ended by President Gerald Ford. After 4 years President Jimmy Carter signed a bill to give 20,000 dollars to restart all Japanese Americans lives that were taken to the internment camp, therefore they got their lives back but first they were investigated to see if they were Japanese
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