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The museum I visited was the Japanese-American National Museum in Little Tokyo I kind of excited when I visited the Japanese-American National Museum because it was my first time to go to museum I felt that Japanese-American Museum was really exquisite in its presentation Overall this museum was very interesting in the way it presented their respective heritagesWhen I first arrived near the Japanese-American National Museum the museum was eye-catching A new museum that opened up only months ago its structure was beautifully sculpted in side and out I really admired the way the museum presented itself to visitors and its display of such items like the barracks of the World War II internment campsThe first images I saw were the pictures of Japanese-Americans who had a part in the planning and construction of this museum In the caption inscribed below the picture the opinions of those in it were given about their experience being a Japanese-American because either their parents or themselves were onetime residents of the concentration camps of World War II Many of their reactions included being alienated because of what the motherland had done which was the bombing of Pearl Harbor in HawaiiWhile in class we learned that Japanese Americans were put into internment camps during the Second World War The cause of the so-called imprisonment was the bombing of Pearl Harbor which caused the US government to take swift action They perceived Japanese-Americans living in areas such as California and Hawaii as a threat to national security thinking they would create chaos on national soil since the enemy had attacked a location so close to the mainlandWith the moving of the many Japanese-American families many of the community members were arrested during this course of the war fearing that they might be loyalists and spread that propaganda to the rest of the community Also the many Japanese-American families had to vacate their houses and businesses before they were bussed off
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