Pearl harbor

Pearl harbor
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  • You're under arrest!
  • The attack on Pearl Harbor was when Japan dropped bombs on Hawaii and it was so significant because it's what brought America into WWII.
  • Keep working everyone, and I'll protect you.
  • Japanese Americans mostly on the west coast were being moved around from place to place, and ending up in these internment camps to help avoid espionage.
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  • Hey, Get out of here, can't you read the sign.
  • Sorry, I'll leave.
  • No Issei allowed!
  • Japanese were constantly being arrested, simply just because they were Japanese and Americans were scared that another attack could happen.
  • I'm hungry and have nothing.
  • Although President Roosevelt signed a bill, saying all Japanese must be rounded up and taken to Internment camps, Hawaiian farmers wouldn't allow it because they would not be able to run their farms without them. So Japanese in Hawaii went on with their normal lives.
  • There were two types of Japanese, the Issei who immigrated from Japan and were segregated, and the Nesei who were born in America, and were only discriminated against, not segregated.
  • Japanese Internment camps had very poor conditions. Their were no kitchens for them to cook food or any bathrooms to use.
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