How Did Pearl Harbor Change

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Pearl Harbor. It was a devastating event that changed the way we thought. It changed a lot of things. It changed the way we treated people, how we saw the war, how we felt, and how we remember. Executive order 9066 was prompted by President Franklin Roosevelt, on February 19th, 1942. This was an order to move over a 120,000 Japanese Americans into camps on the West coast. These Japanese were called Nisei, for America born, and Issei for immigrants. There were ten camps, in seven different states. Colorado, California, Arkansas, Wyoming, Arizona, Utah, and Idaho. The properties and businesses owned by the Japanese Americans had to be sold at a fraction of the price. If they occupants were able to hold on to their businesses, or homes, they

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