anonymous
  • anonymous
Why were Japanese Americans placed in internment camps during World War II?
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Photon336
  • Photon336
I think that Overall, there was fear and suspicion of the Japanese in the US, after the attack on pearl Harbor
nincompoop
  • nincompoop
ignorance
EclipsedStar
  • EclipsedStar
^ And plain being afraid that all Japanese in the nation were enemies and spies. Completely unacceptable.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
They placed the Japanese-Americans in internment camps because there was fear that they would attack the U.S. from within the states. America had the internment camps made for precautionary measures.
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thank you all :)

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