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Infos de dernière minute et opinions sur Le Huffington Post

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Les actualités de dernière minute et les opinions les plus tranchées sont sur Le Huffington Post, le site qui enrichit le débat politique, économique, sociétal et culturel.
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There was a guy who told us that he joined the boy scouts behind a japanese internment camp. So he saw what they went through. So he made a Remebernce Project. The Remebernce Project was for the japanese interment surviors. The surviors were urged to tell their stories. 

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Tatsuo Miyake (student of divinity)

Tatsuo Miyake (student of divinity) | Japanese interment | Scoop.it
1 photographic print : gelatin silver. | 1 negative : nitrate. | Tatsuo Miyake, half-length portrait, standing, facing slightly right, in front of a sign for church services in English and Japanese.
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During the japanese interment they couldnt teach the japanese laguange. But what interresting is that behind the kid you will notice there is japanese letters. So the people who couldnt read english could see what was going on for that day. In the picture it says sunday services so they had church and sunday school for children in the camps still. How come they couldnt teach the japanese laguagne during Japanses internment.

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President Roosvelt is commanding the army to get the japanese. He is giving people the right to go get the japanese. He was also talking about how he has to protect and defined our country. He wrote this memo on December 7th 1941. 

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Infoplease: Encyclopedia, Almanac, Atlas, Biographies, Dictionary, Thesaurus. Free online reference, research & homework help. | Infoplease.com

Infoplease: Encyclopedia, Almanac, Atlas, Biographies, Dictionary, Thesaurus. Free online reference, research & homework help. | Infoplease.com | Japanese interment | Scoop.it
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It was happending in Canada to. The reason why the Japanses interment started was of japanses bombed Peral Harbor. They had relocation centers to help people who lost their homes get new ones. Iiving in the Concentration camps was bad for your health.

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Star Trek’s George Takei Recalls World War II Internment

Star Trek’s George Takei Recalls World War II Internment | Japanese interment | Scoop.it
When he was just five, Actor George Takei was one of some 120,000 Japanese and Japanese-Americans forced to leave their homes on the West Coast after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
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This is George Takei. He was a japanese interment survior. He went on to do Star Trek. So this shows that they got out of the camps and had success. This also shows that were some surviors of the horriable living condtions in the camps.

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[At work on camouflage nets at the Japanese internment camp in Santa Anita, California]

[At work on camouflage nets at the Japanese internment camp in Santa Anita, California] | Japanese interment | Scoop.it
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These are japanese people in a camp. The japanese in this camp are making camofluage nets for american troops. The japanese interment started during the year 1942. We declared war on 1941. But the japanese were making the nets and sending them to Europe and Japan. The camoflauge nets made the amercians soldiers blend in the soil durng ww2. 

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History on the Net Main Page

History on the Net Main Page | Japanese interment | Scoop.it
General history site with a range of topics and activities
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On Febuary 19th, 1942 president Roosevelt signed executive order 9006. Japanese only had 2 days to leave there homes. When you were 17 you were asked to take a loyality test. 120,000 people were forced out of there homes and put in to camps.

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That Japanese people were forced out of their homes and into camps. More than 100,000 people lived in their lives in camps. If you were American and had japanese ancestry you lived in camps to. 7 out of 10 camps that were built were in western states. This all statred when President Roosvelt singed the contract in 1942. 

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