Japanese Internment Camps?

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A Japanese Internment Camp is one of the many camps during the Second World War that were used in holding in excess of 7,000 Japanese Americans and Japanese from Latin America. The camps were run by the Immigration and Naturalisation Service of the United States.
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Japanese internment camps were certain states in the US that the government set up to relocate Japanese immigrants. Limiting them to certain jobs and ways of living.
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A more acceptable name than prison camp for US citizens of Japanese ancestry, during WW2.
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It refers to the relocation and internment of approximately 110,000 Japanese
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The living conditions in the Japanese internment camps were pretty bad. The unfortunate Japanese Americans who were caught up and stuck in these camps were stuck ...
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In the internment camps a lot of horrid things took place and the people were forced to face numerous hardships. Many of the camps were located in the desert, ...
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