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REPARATIONS COMPARISON Ever since the beginning of time groups of people have been used or persecuted by other groups who believed to be superior The three groups being discussed in this paper are the Japanese-Americans who were sent to internment camps during World War II the European Jews who were victims of acts of genocide at the hands of the Nazi government in Germany and the Africans now African-Americans who were forced to board ships to America for the purpose of slavery The Japanese-Americans during WW II were taken from their homes and forced to give up any job or business they maintained This was supposedly a deterrent against the Japanese-Americans being potential security threats during the war After WW II they were given 25 and a train ticket to wherever their home was before they were relocated Most of them went back to find that their job was no longer open They were forced to live a life of poverty In 1988 an act was passed which granted Japanese-Americans who had been directly affected by this act 20000 a piece The Jews in Germany were treated in worse manner than the aforementioned group Even though death did occur at the internment camps in The United States it was mostly due to unsanitary conditions In Germany the government was purposely killing the Jewish people with various tactics such as gas chambers and firing squads Some Jews were able to leave the country before the brunt of the violence against them started Though lucky enough to leave with their lives they were not so fortunate when it came to their personal belongings including money The German government after the Nazi regime felt obliged to pay those people who were affected for lost property and wages as reparations Starting in the 1600s Europeans began capturing Africans to bring them over to the United States to work the fields in the southern states These men women
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