Internment of Japanese Americans Research Paper by The Research Group

Internment of Japanese Americans
This paper discusses the American policy in forcibly relocating Japanese Americans during World War II.
# 74543 | 3,375 words | 18 sources | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in History (U.S. World Wars) , Political Science (General)

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This article examines the causes and consequences of Executive Order 9066 during World War II that incarcerated Japanese Americans, as well as Japanese residents. The writer argues that the American policy in forcibly relocating Japanese Americans to the hinterland was tragically flawed, but post-war redress made some amends for the injustice involved.

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"This research paper summarizes the principal causes and consequences of the massive exclusion and evacuation of Japanese Americans (J.A.s) during World War II from the West Coast and their relocation to remote internment camps in the interior. J.A.s were forcibly removed transported and incarcerated by the United States Government. Approximately two-thirds of them were Nisei persons of Japanese descent who were born in America and therefore were American citizens and the remainder Issei J.A.s who were immigrants from Japan ... "

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