Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment

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  • No Japs Wanted
  • Roosevelt signed the executive order that all persons of Japanese ancestry must leave their homes and enter internment camps for the safety of the country.
  • No Japs Allowed
  • Open Trap    Happy Jap
  • The internment camps were small with one room cell per family and communal bathrooms. Families were seperated and Japanese family traditions fell apart.
  • When the Japanese returned to their homes, many were destroyed and vandalized. House were broken into, set on fire, and contained other people living in them.
  • For the safety of the Japanese, we will create an evacuation order where they will be sent to a safer location.
  • AT the camps, there will be less than 6 family members per room, and extra supplies, such as blankets and fans. 
  • Extra Supplies
  • Once the war is over, the Japanese are able to return to their homes. Letters will be given out stating the rightful owners of homes.
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