Examples Of Propaganda Around Japanese Internment Camps

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Remember to have an intro, a conclusion and body paragraphS Topic: Propaganda around Japanese internment camps Although the Japanese internment camps were labeled as a way to “protect Japanese-American citizens”, it was the worst decision possible, and ruins the United State’s reputation when people learn about it. Approximately 120,000 Japanese-American citizens were locked away in areas which can be described as Unhygienic, and prison-like. The Japanese internment camps resembled a prison in many ways, for instance, the citizens who lived here had a single room with no privacy whatsoever. Barbed wire and watchtowers were also surrounding the camps, with a guard at each tower for “protection”. "If we were put there for our protection,
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