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Tuesday, December 4

  1. page Home edited When someone mentions World War Two what do you think about? People often think of Hitler, Concen…

    When someone mentions World War Two what do you think about? People often think of Hitler, Concentration camps, Pearl Harbor and etc. But there is more to World War Two that meets the eye. Many people do not even no what America did to Japanese Americans during World War Two. This is not a website about World War Two. This is a website about Japanese Americans during World War Two and their struggles.
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    Website Created By: Fabio Cesar, and Dante Betti Contact us at 773-812-3554 or fabsfc@gmail.com

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Monday, December 5

  1. page U.S. Government Reaction to Shut Down of Camps edited ... After the shutting down of the Japanese Internment Camps, the U.S. government made a series of…
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    After the shutting down of the Japanese Internment Camps, the U.S. government made a series of apologies over the course of 50 years.
    The first apology was made by the Congress immediately after the shut down of the internment camps. The next apology was made in 1976 by President Gerald Ford after protests by a civil rights movement called the "Redress Movement". He said the internment was "wrong," and a "national mistake" which "shall never again be repeated." Following this apology, the government awarded anybody who was a survivor of the camps $25,000. The next apology was made in 1988 by President Ronald Reagan. He signed the Civil Liberties Act 1988. This said that anybody who was interned and still alive, received $20,000. This totaled to $1.2 billion. Then, in 1992, President George H.W. Bush signed the Civil Liberties Amendment of 1992 which signed the deal that made sure that all Japanese internees received their $20,000 and gave another formal apology.
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    article about RonalRonald Reagan apology
    Japanese Americans had mixed emotions for the apology. They did not know what to really think. Should they take offense to this apology because it makes them look weak by giving them money, should they embrace the apology and forgive America over time, or should they not like the apology because it took decades to recieve a formal apology.
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  2. page Anti-Japanese Reaction Following Pearl Harbor edited ... Japanese American citizens did not know what to do. They did not understand why Americans were…
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    Japanese American citizens did not know what to do. They did not understand why Americans were discriminating against them because they did not do anything and they hated Japan just as much as the Americans did.
    {jad_seus.jpg} More Propaganda against the Japanese by Dr.Suess
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  3. page Anti-Japanese Reaction Following Pearl Harbor edited ... Following Pearl Harbor most Americans did not trust the Japanese. All Japanese Americans were …
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    Following Pearl Harbor most Americans did not trust the Japanese. All Japanese Americans were stereotyped as the enemie. Propaganda was everywhere from posters, newspapers, and even Looney Toons and Doctor Suess made propaganda against the Japanese.
    If you would like to watch Looney Toons propaganda click play on the video to the right.
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    just looked japanese, and propaganda against japanese people were everywhere.
    Japanese American citizens did not know what to do. They did not understand why Americans were discriminating against them because they did not do anything and they hated Japan just as much as the Americans did.
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  4. page Anti-Japanese Reaction Following Pearl Harbor edited ... Following Pearl Harbor most Americans did not trust the Japanese. All Japanese Americans were …
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    Following Pearl Harbor most Americans did not trust the Japanese. All Japanese Americans were stereotyped as the enemie. Propaganda was everywhere from posters, newspapers, and even Looney Toons and Doctor Suess made propaganda against the Japanese.
    If you would like to watch Looney Toons propaganda click play on the video to the right.
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    ancestry, or
    {jad_seus.jpg} More Propaganda against the Japanese by Dr.Suessjust
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    looked japanese,
    Japanese American citizens did not know what to do. They did not understand why Americans were discriminating against them because they did not do anything and they hated Japan just as much as the Americans did.
    {jad_seus.jpg} More Propaganda against the Japanese by Dr.Suess
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  5. page Anti-Japanese Reaction Following Pearl Harbor edited ... Following Pearl Harbor most Americans did not trust the Japanese. All Japanese Americans were …
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    Following Pearl Harbor most Americans did not trust the Japanese. All Japanese Americans were stereotyped as the enemie. Propaganda was everywhere from posters, newspapers, and even Looney Toons and Doctor Suess made propaganda against the Japanese.
    If you would like to watch Looney Toons propaganda click play on the video to the right.
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    discriminated against.
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    started vandalizing
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    ancestry, or just
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    looked japanese,
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    Americans were
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    Americans did.
    {jad_seus.jpg} More Propaganda against the Japanese by Dr.Suess

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