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The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise military strike by the Japanese Navy Air service against the United States naval base on December 7, 1941, in Hawaii. This forced the United States to get involved in the war.
The government were moving the Japanese. Milton Eisenhower director of the War Relocation Authority moved 100,000 Japanese citizens from the Pacific coast to the American interior.
The government and the people watched the Japanese closely looking for any signs of sabotage and espionage because of the bombing. The United States did this so they didn't have to worry about the Japanese at home.
When the Japanese were hungry and needed food the government was supposed to give it to them. According to Executive Order 9066, the Secretary of War was authorized to provide residents with food, shelter, and transportation when necessary.
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