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Internmant Camps

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Kira Newinski

on 3 May 2010

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Internment Camps 110,000 Japanese-Americans After Their Release 1.6 Billion dollars to interned Japanese-Americans and thier relatives. Latin American Japanese Leading Up To Internment Pearl Harbor 4 sunken U.S. Navy battleships
and 2,402 casualties A Story From The Camps Sue Tokushige was a was 20 years old when she was sent to an internment camp in Arizona with her husband and their 10 month old baby. Children under the
age of 12 months are
allowed 6 ounces of
milk a day. Pregnant women are
not allowed any milk. The Internment Camps Franklin D. Roosevelt signed
the Executive Order of 9066. Japanese were in the internment camps for about 4 years.
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