O a two question loyalty questionnaire 1 are you

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oA two question loyalty questionnaire 1. "Are you willing to serve in US armed forces of US on combat whenever ordered?"2. "Will you swear allegiance to the US, defend it from attack, and disown Japanese allegiance?"If you answered no to both, you were put on watchRenunciation Act 1944othe Renunciation Act allowed people physically present in the U.S. to renounce citizenship whenthe country was in a state of war by making an application to the Attorney General. oThe intention of the 1944 Act was to encourage Japanese American internees to renounce citizenship so that they could be deported to Japan.Ex Parte Endoo(1944). The court forbade the internment of Japanese-Americans born in the U. S. (Nisei)- Mitsuye Endo- a perfect test case- she is loyal, born in US, still separate--> SC ruled that if they are loyal Americans, they have no reason to detain them--> extent to which internment is based on race, not loyaltyHirabayashi v. USoPresident Roosevelt sets out an executive order for the relocation of aliens to camps during WWII. Hirabayashi was a student who violated curfew and relocation order. Result: The Court ruled that these camps and rules were necessary for developing weapons on the West Coast and war is a time of crisis.Korematsu v. USo1944 Supreme Court case in which the Supreme Court upheld the order providing for the relocation of Japanese Americans. It was not until 1988 that Congress formally apologized and agreed to pay $20,000 to each survivorRedress MovementoThe Redress Movement refers to efforts to obtain the restitution of civil rights, an apology, and/or monetary compensation from the U.S. government during the six decades that followed the World War II mass removal and confinement of Japanese Americans.Civil Liberties ActoSigned by president Reagan in 1988, gave reparations to survivors of Internment Camps.German Democratic RepublicoEast Germany.oSoviets created this territory in response to the formation of a united west germanyFederal Republic of GermanyoWest Germany
oEventual name of postwar West Germany; created by the merging of the zones of occupation held by France, Britain, and the United States.Lesson of MunichoPresident Truman- Lesson of appeasement- force is the only way to deal with totalitarianismoThe lesson learned from British attempts to appease Hitler at the 1938 Munich peace conference—namely, that costly wars can be avoided by confronting hostile leaders promptly.Eastern BlochoCountries around the Soviet Union that create a barrier between them and the westoSoviet allies in eastern Europe, including Bulgaria, Poland, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Romania, and Hungary.Iron CurtainoMarch 1946- Churchill’s speech. Iron curtain refers to the Eastern BlockNational Security Acto1947 in response to perceived threats from soviet union after WWIIo- Created CIA, National Security council, and department of defense. All under one central leadershipTruman doctrineo

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