Japanese Canadian Internment Camps

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The Canadians had no right in putting Japanese Canadians into internment camps. The first reason is that most of the Japanese Canadians were born in Canada and had little to no connection to Japan. This meant that they were not able to spy for the Japanese whom were an enemy with Canada at the time. It also meant that the Japanese Canadians were unable to help Japan strategize an attack against Canada due to the fact that they were unaware of what Japan had been up to. Another reason is that, the Japanese Canadians were fighting against their own ethnicity to serve Canada. They risked their lives fighting a war against Japan because they believed that they were Canadian. Finally, the Japanese had no suspicious activity going on indicating that
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