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Japanese Interment Camps According to our history in 1942 approximately 110000 Japanese-Americans were relocated to selected areas far from their homes The American Promise pg 692 For fear the United States Government held against them This fear was cause from Japan who had just bombed Pearl Harbor December 7th 1941 America was getting ready for another world war in doing so they took actions in national security Japanese-Americans inhabited many of the US port areas on the West coast The US government provided a plan for both United States citizens and the Japanese-Americans or so it was stated However when seeking the fine details of this incident we see two sides of the story the question is which is the truth and which is the fantasy The Official Government documents drastically contrast the first-hand accounts of what it was like in those Communities With each source the story of life behind the Japanese-American Internment camps change slightly Can we believe what the government truly said after it becomes a part of the past By looking at both the governmental and personal accounts of the interviews I conducted only small similarities carry throughout Whether born inside or outside of the United States the US Government attained Japanese men and women They were not to change residences after 1200 PM on April 30th 1942 and that all would be evacuated from there homes no later than May 7th 1942 History of Japanese-American Internment timeline There were no reasons behind this evacuation and there were no explanations as to what was going to happen after such an evacuation Thorough plans for preparation were provided such as the offering of assistance from the Civil Control Station to help sell or dispose of all personal or business property and to provide temporary residence for all Japanese in family groups The instructions on this evacuation were very precise and did not allow for any compromise Lieutenant general
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