Japanese-American concetration camps
the Japanese-Americans were discriminated in their own home and country
life was hard for the Japanese-Americans
then the U.S. army took them away to concentration camps after the bombing of pearl harbor
they were put in houses in terrible conditions - some even shared space with horses!
then the government finally noticed what they were doing and that they had nothing to do with the bombing (even if they were Japanese-American) they let the Japanese-American people be free
later everybody was happy (even if there was still a lot of racism and their jobs /businesses flopped life was good again, sorta)
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