Japanese Internment Camps

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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