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Japenese American Internment Camps
I. Introduction Paragragh
II. Historical Background
Japenese attack on Pearl Harbor
reason for the attack
edging war for decades.
US gov't response
signed executive order 9066.
III. Relocation process
frenzy of moving
what to pack
they were limited to what they could carry.
"they were ordered to supply their own bedding and linen.
what to sell
"real estate, cars, personal possessions."
sell all of their property.
areas with desert like conditions.
"we were confined in horse stalls."
types of number of locations
600 to 800
108 civilian executive orders.
gila river, AZ. amache (granda), CO. heart mountain, WY. jerome, AZ. tule lake, CA it has the highest population.
parts of the camps (buildings)
IV. Hardships of the camp life
people that were taken to vast deserts and extreme environments had to cope with it.
they had bad medical care.
the camps were guarded by military personnel and thosewho were sent to tule lake.
"there was a lack
"the sewage system was poor and the stench from the stagnant sewage was terrible.
V. conclusion paragragh