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Pearl Harbor was attacked on December 7, 1941 that set off a chain of events for the U.S. involvement into World War II. Also, it heightened the racial tension with Japanese Americans in the US.
President Roosevelt addresses Congress and asks for a declaration of war against Japan, which he recieves.
The Japanese weren't aloud to leave their camps, they had to stay in a certain place otherwise they would get in trouble.
After the bombing the FBI got 1291 Japanese leaders citizens were allowed 24 hours to go get their belongings.
After the war most of the people went home, most of their were belongings were stolen and most of their properties were sold.
After they got home they realized all their stuff was gone so they got the rest of their belongings and moved the the West Coast.
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