How were German Americans treated by the U.S during World War 1?

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http://www.immigrantentrepreneurship.org/entry.php?rec=214 "World War I had a devastating effect on German-Americans and their cultural heritage. Up until that point, German-Americans, as a group, had been spared much of the discrimination, abuse, rejection, and collective mistrust experienced by so many different racial and ethnic groups in the history of the United States. Indeed, over the years, they had been viewed as a well-integrated and esteemed part of American society. All of this changed with the outbreak of war. At once, German ancestry became a liability. As a result, German-Americans attempted to shed the vestiges of their heritage and become fully “American.” Among other outcomes, this process hastened their assimilation into American society and put an end to many German-language and cultural institutions in the United States."
Summary: Many of them faced racial discrimination from who they are. Hitler made many Germans face racial injustice from others during the war, and even today.

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