The uncovered truth
How life is portryaed
Life is portrayed as happy and joyful, as seen through this mother and her two daughters.
This picture of the Japanese at the internment cmaps playing vollyball, makes it seem like they are free to do whatever they want to enjoy themselves.
This U.S. Solider is being really caring to this young Japanese child. They are getting a long well and the solider is shown as excepting the young child. This propoganda is suspose to make you feel like everyone is getting a long and the soldiers aren't threats to the Japanese.
The Truth of Internment Camps
In reality the Japanese were held in by guarded tours. They were threatened to be shot with senturies if they were to leave the presence. They were more prisoners then anything else.
The Japanese were given horrible living conditions. They were crammed into small rooms, and forced to stay. They had very little freedom and could not do whatever they wanted to be happy.