Dakota Ray R5 Japanese american interment camps (hardships of camp life …
Dakota Ray R5 Japanese american interment camps
historical background II
B government response
2 evacuation notice: the evacuation notice was posted 42 days after pearl harbor.
1 exec. order 9066: it gave the secretary of war to remove anyone who might threan the war effect.Japanese
A attack on pearl harbor
1 when:on December 7,1941 the Japanese launched 3 waves of planes.
2 why: To slow us down in the war so they can get as much resources as possible.
relocation process III
C intern camps
2 buildings: shack type housing with 1 bedroom and no bathroom.
1 locations: they were in remote deserts,plains,and swaps of seven states; Arkansas, Arizona,California, colorado, Idaho ,Utah, and Wyoming.
A frenzy of moving
1 storing items: if they stored items they weren't there when they came back for there stuff.
2 selling items: the selling price was terrible for them they got $5 for a couch or anything houses went for $100.weren't
3 packing: they could only take certain thing with them like clothes and shoes.
B assembly centers
a types of housing: the housing was horse stalls, and race tracks that you had to bring your own stuff.
b conditions: the conditions where terrible the smell of horse feces and human to it was unbearable.
B thesis statement
A attention getter:"Oh that definitely because we were surrounded by the barbed wire fence. you couldn't just go out. you definitely knew that you were in a jail because they had soldiers up there with rifles. in fact, one gentlemen got to close to the fence he got shot."
hardships of camp life IV
A how much wealth lost: the families that had to move where forced to sell the homes and businesses for less than 1/3 of the price.
D Environment, the weather: the weather was terrible at all the camps if you where in the swap it would flood and stuff if you where in the desert it would plow dust everywhere.
C food:the food was not something to brag about it was toast eggs coffee and that was about it for a while.
B health:the health was given at the centers but if they needed something more than what they could offer the hd to pay.
E housing: the housing where 25 by 20 feet shacks at the relocation centers or a horse stall, the actual one where no bigger than a room of today it was a shed type house with no insulation and wind protection.