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Japanese American Internment Camps During World War II

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Japanese American Internment Camps In February of 1942, during World War II, President Roosevelt yielded to the favored judgment of the people. Roosevelt would sign the executive order to relocate all Americans of Japanese ancestry to concentration camps, which would be persistent for two and a half years. The government’s point of view and Mrs. Yoshiko Uchida’s point of view concerning the Japanese American internment camps are immensely dissimilar. Uchida was a Japanese American writer who experienced that of an internment camp during World War II. The government had expected the interns to make the camps rather self-sustainable with no help from them whatsoever. Due to the bombing of Pearl Harbor, many Americans feared the Japanese. The

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