JAPANESE INTERNMENT CAMPS
By: Kesiye, Jack, Aislin, and Helen
What is an Internment Camp?
Internment camps were used in World War II by the U.S. as detention camps for Japanese Americans. These camps had very cruel and harsh conditions.
WHY WERE INTERNMENT CAMPS USED BY THE U.S.?
Internment camps were used on Japanese Americans because the U.S. government feared that they would help Japan secretly. Therefor the U.S. put aside a part for them to live in very harsh conditions.