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Copy of The Struggle of Japanese American Internment Camps

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Transcript of Copy of The Struggle of Japanese American Internment Camps

Discriminated against
Sent to internment camps
Destruction of items
Theft within the camps
Lack of medical care
120,000 plus sent to camps
Effects on Japenese Americans
after Peal Harbor
President Franklin Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066
Military officails started limiting Japanese Americans civil rights
Began by setting a curfew
Fred Korematsu was convicted of defying miliatry orders
Korematsu argued stating the order was unconstitutional
The court ruled the order as constitutional
Reiko Komoto -- Delta, Utah
Overcrowded
Not enough food
No plumbing or cooking
Metal beds
Nobody died
Released in January 2nd 1945
Left open for people who wanted to stay
Received 25 dollars and a train ticket
Conditions
Korematsu v. United States
Resolution
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