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Pearl Harbor was attacked on December 7, 1941. The attack at Pearl Harbor lead to the involvement of the U.S. in WW2. It also heightened the racial tensions with Japanese Americans in the U.S.
Franklin D. Roosevelt signed executive order no.9066 and later had the war relocation authority which allowed for ten permanent camps for approximately 120,000 Japanese Americans that were located on the western portion of the U.S.
Hundreds of thousands of Japanese Americans were sent to internment camps not only because America feared that they had something to do with the attack on Pearl Harbor but they were also viewed as an economic threat for several years.
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