Japanese Internment Essay by The Research Group

Japanese Internment
This paper offers an analysis of the forced relocation of Japanese Americans to internment camps after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
# 73551 | 2,250 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in History (U.S. World Wars) , History (European - World Wars)


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The paper discusses the forced relocation of Japanese Americans to internment camps after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The paper includes a discussion of those who favored and those who opposed the action.

From the Paper:

"Similar to the fear and paranoia directed at Arab-Americans after the terrorist attacks of September, fear and paranoia erupted in American society after the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in December. The US government took swift action after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Any immigrants arriving in America from Japan were officially classified as enemy aliens. As fear mounted that Japanese citizens of the US would undermine the US war effort, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt issued the Executive Order."

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