Japanese Internment

The truth behind the barbed-wire walls

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Life Inside the Camps

The kids were shown to others as learning students that know the pledge of allegiance and are having a good time learning and being together.
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The Japanese people actually travel for long periods of time in these types of vehicles in order to get to the trains that would take them to the internment camps.
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Fun and Games

The Japanese people were portayed as people who were having fun and people would gather to watch them play sports and cheer them on.
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In reality, they were not respected by others and were, essentially, bullied because of their race.
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Individuality and Freedom.

This picture shows that the Japanese people were allowed to customize their room and have freedom in choice.
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However, this magazine advertisement portrays the Japanese people as monkeys in an attempt to make society think that Japanese people are bad.