Japanese Americans

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  • Japanese attack the United States on December 7, 1941 in Pearl Habor
  • Somebody help us!!!
  • Hurry up!! Drop the next bomb!
  • After this brutal attack of Pearl Harbor and the outbreak of WW2 all Japanese Americans were forced into concentrtaion camps
  • Yes sir!
  • Don't let them out of your sight! You hear me?
  • By February 19, 1942 Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Executive Order 9066.
  • It must be done.
  • Meanwhile, by 1943 the U.S government reversed it's exclusion against Japanese Americans and took 800 men to fight and become a part of the 442nd combat team which fought in Italy, Southern France, and Germany.
  • Let's go boys! MOVE!
  • 1945, all Japanese Americans were allowed to return to the West Coast.
  • It's great to be home!
  • On 1988, congress awarded restituation payents of 20,000 dollars to each survivor of the camps.
  • We have no choice but to give back to the Japanese Americans.
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