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8H- US History- Japanese Internment Video Assignment
Transcript of 8H- US History- Japanese Internment Video Assignment
Band: Fort Minor - Song: Kenji
Watch the video clips and respond to the questions. Using the handout provided, your completed analysis should be turned in at the end of the class period.
Question #27 asked:
Are you willing to serve in the armed forces of the United States on combat duty, wherever ordered?
Question #28 asked:
Will you swear unqualified allegiance to the United States of America and faithfully defend the United States from any and all attack by foreign or domestic forces, and forswear any form of allegiance to the Japanese Emperor or any other foreign government, power, or organization?
Watch this 9 minute newsreel about Japanese Internment that was released by the U.S. government to explain Japanese Internment. If you lived at this time, you would have most likely seen this in the movie theater.
Assignment 3: As you watch explain the U.S. government rationale and justification for interning Japanese-Americans in camps. Can you provide a counterargument that justifies NOT interning Japanese-Americans during World War II?
December 7, 1941
EXECUTIVE ORDER 9066
Assignment 4: As you watch the video, describe the effects that relocation and internment had on the Japanese-American population. (The lyrics are on the back of your worksheet)
Assignment #1: As you watch the excerpt from the movie "Pearl Harbor", how might this attack affect how Americans viewed Japanese Americans?
U.S.S Arizona Memorial
"A Date Which Will Live in Infamy"
In 22 minutes
18 American ships destroyed
300 airplanes destroyed.
Dry docks and airfields were likewise destroyed.
2,500 men were killed
1,000 men were wounded.
FDR Declares War on Japan
Assignment 2: How did the president explain the relationship between the United States and Japan prior to the attack.
How would you feel if you woke up one day to see a poster like this posted everywhere?
Japanese Internment Camps
Assignment #6 Anti-Japanese Propaganda
Assignment #5 Pearl Harbor was not the only attack on the US by Japan
Why I love a country that once betrayed me.