Japanese Internment Camps
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Japanese Internment camp conditions were poor, some inmates were forced to live in horse stables and prison cells. There was a lack of substandard sanitation and food in these facilities.
Inmates were treated very poorly and were sometimes killed for "Trying" to escape although it may have just been them stumbling out of line
Japanese internment camps ended in 1945 after the court case Endo vs. The United States the court ruled in favor of Endo and officially ending all internment camps in 1946
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