U.S. History Storyboard

U.S. History Storyboard

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  • The Japanese are being put into camps!
  • On February 19, 1943 President Roosevelt  signed an executive order against the Japaneses. President Roosevelt signed this executive order because the Japanese Americans were suspected of remaining loyal to their land. That's why the government was against them. Even if they were Americans.
  • When the Japanese were told that they were going to be put into camps and the government was taking them they got really scared. They had to sell everything including their homes. They didn't know what to do with their houses. Many of them had to sell their houses and everything in a very low price.
  • When the Japanese found out that they were going to be put into camps they got really scared and they didn't know what to do. A lot of families had to sell everything and left everything behind. They didn't understood why they were taking them into camps even if they were Americans. The government was not respecting their rights.
  • Finally the Japanese were put into camps and they were scared because a lot of them left everything behind and they didn't know what was happening. Specially the kids because they were not scared as their parents. They thought that they were going on a field trip. And many of the kids didn't understood what the government was taking their parents.
  • Once they got to the camps they were hungry and thirsty. When they had to go to the bathroom they had to go all together because there was not enough space for everyone. They didn't had any privacy and the government wasn't paying attention to them. Even though they had food many of them died because they had to go to war.
  • When the Japanese got to the camps they were hungry and tired for traveling a lot. The government told them that they had the opportunity to plant their own plants such as cucumbers tomatoes and other vegetables to make their own food. This is a reason why many Japanese survived. Thanks to this actions the Japanese people survived. 
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