Impact Of Japanese Internment On Pearl Harbor

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In 1942 due to the attack on pearl harbor all japanese americans were transported into internment camps along the west coast. And little did the japanese know that the internment camp won't be what the government said it was gonna be due to most of the time there in these cramped little rooms with a whole bunch of people they might not have known. Most of the time the japanese americans could not leave the camp or even had curfews within the camp. The internment of japanese americans was not necessary response to the attacks on pearl harbor because of the cultural ,political and social impact on washington state. The japanese internment was not necessary because the social impact meant the japanese americans lost freedom, they weren't allowed

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