Japanese-American internment during WWII

1.Consider the Japanese-American internment during WWII and how war undermined basic freedoms for Japanese Americans. Two thirds were native-born citizens. In February 1942, FDR issued Executive Order 9066 to order the relocation of all persons of Japanese descent. 110,000 Japanese-Americans, men women and children left their homes to live in large relocation camps behind barbed wire fences and armed guards.

2.Explore this website to understand more about the internment experience.


3.Examine 15 to 20 images, read 15 to 20 interviews or letters and make a note of the documents pertaining to the Internment of the Japanese people during World War II.

4.Construct an essay that considers the Japanese experience.

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