Unfinished Business Movie Notes

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April 13, 2008 Page 1 of 2 Unfinished Business Movie Notes In the Spring of 1942, 100 thousand Japanese-Americans on the west coast were sent to interment camps The majority of the people taken from their homes lived in rural areas December 7, 1941 = attack on pearl harbor “a date that will live in infamy” Min Yasui was urged to join the American army but was rejected because of his race Members of certain organization, people affiliated with Japan, Buddhist priests were taken away as Japanese spies (2000 men) Brutalities towards Japanese murder, threats, violence, verbal abuse Fred Korematsu worked as a welder but was then expelled from his job because of racial hatred Japanese homes were watched by the military to watch their every move Japanese people had to turn in their radios as they were thought to be a means of communication to Japan In 1942, FDR instigated plans to relocate the Japanese General John McCoy passed curfews considered criminals if they were broken
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2009 for the course HIST 17c taught by Professor Kaulman during the Spring '07 term at UCSB.

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