Japanese-Americans

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Japanese-Americans and the Second World War
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Racist, anti-Japanese propaganda from the U.S. government encouraging American men to enlist in the armed services
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Areas of Japanese exclusion and evacuation during WWII
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Relocation notice to Japanese in U.S., April 1, 1942
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Two federal notices and an anti-Japanese storefront sign
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Sign on the window of a Japanese-American business
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Anti-Japanese sign on a house in Hollywood, CA
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Location of the ten “relocation centers”
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Japanese relocation in trucks
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A view of the Japanese internment camp at Poston, Arizona
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Unformatted text preview: Japanese-Americans arrive at Poston, AZ. Interned Japanese-Americans, seen here digging potatoes, contributed to the U.S. war effort. A group photo Japanese-Americans interned at Poston, AZ In 1983, an investigation concluded that Japanese-Americans had posed no real threat but were interned because of race prejudice, war hysteria, and a failure of political leadership. In 1988, Congress paid each of the nearly 60,000 survivors $20k each as redress for wrongs done against them....
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2010 for the course GCU 81301 taught by Professor Shaeffer during the Spring '09 term at ASU.

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