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On December 7, 1941, the Japanese did a viscous attack on Pearl Harbor. The attack commenced at 7:48 am. The base was attacked by 353 Imperial Japanese Aircraft in 2 waves, launched from 6 aircraft carriers.
Japanese people are put into camps because American don't trust them. Even the ones who were born the U.S. The americans thought they were Japanese spy or had something suspisous planned.
Back then Pilots were very aggressive. They were very desperate to win the war. There was also Kamikaze Pilots, meaning that these pilots didn't care whether they lived or died. They would literally crash their planes in another territory.
Back then people lived in the middle of no where. They did it because they wanted no thing to do with the war. Some Japanese people who were sent to camps left some of their stuff with their neighbors. Once the war was they came back and all their stuff was still with their neighbors and they gladly returned it to them.
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