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In 1939 the USA was in war world war 2 with Japanese. They though the Japanese from USA were spy. The president Roosevelt sent an ordering the relocation of all Americans of Japanese to attend the camps in USA in February 1942. They just order to get all Japanese because they were in war with them and didn't want the Americans Japanese to spy on them or anything else.
When Japanese found out about they had to go to the camp and had to leave everything they weren't happy but there was nothing g they can do. The Japanese had to sell everything or had to take everything they could. Most the Japanese told they friends who weren't Japanese to take care of there homes.
All American Japanese and Japanese were sent to there near camps. All Japanese men who went to war world 1 were forced to leave their homes and go to camps. There wasn't really Japanese people who said no it was like 1 or 2 who did. Ones they went inside the camp they didn't know when were they are going back to there homes.
Ones there in camp they didn't though it would be like this. About 5 or 4 familys shared a camp house and didn't have walls between there slide. They would eat the same thing and the lines for food , showing, and going to bathroom were a long line. There were no private on going to bathroom at all. Before they went to bathroom someone had to hold cartborad from back, front and also the slides.
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