With the issue of Executive Order 9066 by Franklin D. Roosevelt, nearly 110,000 Japanese Americans were sent to Internment camps. This paper identifies the events that led up to Japanese Americans being identified as threats to national security, describes life in the camps, and briefly discusses their efforts to return to society at the end of the war.
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Lowery, Harold, "The Lives of American Japanese in World War II Internment Camps" (2013). A with Honors Projects. 102.