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Japanese Internment Against The Japanese

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Over a staggering 120,000 United States citizens were held captive during World War II. What was there crime? Being from Japanese ancestry. The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Many Americans were scared of another attack. Henceforth, people forced President Roosevelt to take action against the Japanese who were living in the United States at that time. President Roosevelt endorsed the internment, which allowed the military to designate certain zones. They were allowed exclude Japanese from this area. All the Japanese were excluded from the Pacific Coast. This includes California, and portions of Washington and Oregon.

As a result of this order, 120,000 Japanese living in the United States were taken out of their home
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