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Japanese Internment of WW2 They spoke of the Japanese Canadians Escott Reid a special assistant at External Affairs would recall in the way that the Nazis would have spoken about Jewish Germans Just like in that statement I intend to expose you to the ways that the Japanese were wronged by Canadians throughout the Second World War As well I intend to prove what I have stated in my thesis statement After the bombing of Pearl Harbour the Japanese in Canada were wronged by being torn from their homes to be put into internment camps to serve Canadians through hard labour The Decision to Uproot Japanese Canadians Within hours of Japans attack on Pearl Harbour the federal Cabinet declared war on Japan The federal cabinet supported their decision by calling Japans attack a threat to the defence and freedom of Canada The Japanese Canadians in Canada were devastated by Japans attack on Pearl Harbour and fearful of what it would mean for themselves Some 3600 Japanese had become naturalised Canadians before 1923 when nationality made it very difficult for Japanese to obtain it One of the first decisions made by the government gave the Royal Canadian Navy the power to impound any vessels that belonged to Japanese Canadians and assemble them at special ports along the coast where they were moored to the shore The government explained the impounding of the Japanese boats as a defensive measure Within five days of the Pearl Harbour attacks the Canadian Pacific Railway began discharging its Japaese section hands and other Japanese porters At the example of the CPR hotels and sawmills in Vancouver discharged all of their Japanese employees On Jan 8 1942 a conference was held to discuss what should be done about the Japanese Canadians The conference ended three days later without anything having been agreed upon A couple of weeks later King and the cabinet agreed that all Japanese Canadians should be
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