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Announcing Attack on Pearl Harbor!

Announcing Attack on Pearl Harbor! | Japanese Interment By Roberto Ordaz | Scoop.it
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This is a doc. showing that the japanese announced the attack towards Pearl Harbor. On December 7, 1941. When the attack took place that made the U.S not trust the japanese and make internment camps where the would be living. Japanese there where cramped and had no kind of privacy.

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▶ Manzanar Japanese internment camp today - YouTube connection to today #1

Hidden in the Owens Valley, east of the Sierra Nevada mountains but west of Death Valley, is the location of Manzanar, one of ten camp where Americans of Jap...
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This video shows where the people lived in the place where they ate. they show the small space the had in between things. The beds sleep on. 

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World War Two - Japanese internment camps in the US website #1

World War Two - Japanese internment camps in the US website #1 | Japanese Interment By Roberto Ordaz | Scoop.it
Information about Japanese internment camps in the US
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this website talks about the locations the camps are in and the reason why they moved japanese to the internment camps. the U.S felt threatend by the japanese because of the attack they had done on pearl harbor.

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Japanese-American Internment [ushistory.org] website #3

Japanese-American Internment [ushistory.org] website #3 | Japanese Interment By Roberto Ordaz | Scoop.it
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most of the relocations where they had camps. where japanese lived crowded and under bad living conditions.

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Japanese Internment. Women would also work sewing clothes for they there families , and or others. Primary source #1

Japanese Internment. Women would also work sewing clothes for they there families , and or others. Primary source #1 | Japanese Interment By Roberto Ordaz | Scoop.it
1 photographic print : gelatin silver. | 1 negative : safety film. | Sumiko Shigematsu, standing at left, looking at row of women seated at sewing machines.
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In the internment camps they didn't only have men working stay at home moms . Moms or" women" also when out to work long hours and also had to have time to look after there families. Sewing was one of the lots of jobs women would do. They would work long hours and little pay.

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From Wrong To Right: A U.S. Apology For Japanese Internment connection to today #2

From Wrong To Right: A U.S. Apology For Japanese Internment connection to today #2 | Japanese Interment By Roberto Ordaz | Scoop.it
Twenty-five years ago, the U.S. admitted that incarcerating people during World War II was wrong.
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This basically is talking about the U.S apologyizing for the japanese internments. Now thats its been years that these internments camps have tooken place and they want to apologyize and acknowledge that what they did could of been wrong.

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The Camps Experience Overview | Exploring website #2

The Camps Experience Overview | Exploring website #2 | Japanese Interment By Roberto Ordaz | Scoop.it
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families lived in horse stalls under unsanitary conditions.Toilets and bathing communal devoid of pricavy. Barbed wire, armed guards towers. They worked so many hours for very low pay.

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