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Japanese Americans were given only six days to find a new home for their possessions before they were sent to the internment camps. They were also forced to get rid of their home and all of their money.
The internment camps were located in the harsh conditions of the desert. They were fenced in with barbed wire and there were guards in guard towers watching their every move.
Despite the conditions, the Japanese Americans formed a sense of community. They had schools, newspapers, churches, and farms. Having a part in the community made it more bearable yet not ideal for the Japanese Americans.
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