May 02, 2017
Japanese-American internment camps during world war II
The Japanese American internment camps began when Japan bumped an American tower. The American president Roosevelt signed a rule to evacuate all the Japanese who lived in the West Coust. The Japanese had a week to pack up their selves and to close their businesses. Living in the camps was very hard on the Japanese because the were not citizen and they couldn't vote or own a land.
- Japan bombed the Perl Harbor
- Roosevelt (America) sent all the japanese in a camps
- last camps closed in 1946
- In 1988 America gave the Japanese money.
- Japan bombed an American Tower
- 127,000 japanese American lived in the U.S.
- All the Japanese American were evacuated to camps
- Could not own a land
- Not a natural citizen
- Had not the right to vote
- Japanese were given a week to be ready for leaving
- Closing the Business
- Roosevelt signed a rule say all the japanese have to move to camps out of west coast.
- Low wages
- America apologized to the Japanese american.
- Got a restitution
- A celebration day for the Japanese who participate with the american army in World War II
- Internment: the state of being confined as a prisoner.
- restitution : get money back
- Nisei: The Japanese american who were born in the camps
- Evacuate: remove (someone) from a place of danger to a safe place.