Internment Camps for Japanese-Americans During World War Two: A History Just for Kids! by KidCaps

Internment Camps for Japanese-Americans During World War Two: A History Just for Kids!

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Kobo ebook | April 23, 2013

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During World War Two, the United States fought mainly against Germany, Italy, and Japan. As you can imagine, any Germans, Italians, or Japanese citizens visiting or temporarily working in the United States when the war broke out, quickly found themselves feeling unwelcome. After all, they belonged to a government that was actively fighting against the country that they were in. For many of those who were temporarily in the US when war broke out, they had to decide very quickly whether to leave the country and go home or to stay and make their support for the US government clear.

Some Italian-Americans and German-Americans were forced into prisons and holding areas during the war, and although it was sad what happened to them, their numbers were quite small. For that reason, in this handbook we will be focusing mainly on the huge number of Japanese-Americans who were put into special camps during the war. We will also see that unlike those who were temporarily visiting the US from enemy countries when the war broke out, the majority of those who were sent to the camps were American citizens, born and raised in the US. What do you think about that?

Find out about this exciting and complex period of time in this kid's book.

Title:Internment Camps for Japanese-Americans During World War Two: A History Just for Kids!Format:Kobo ebookPublished:April 23, 2013Publisher:BookCaps Study GuidesLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990006480474

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