The truth behind the barbed-wire walls
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.
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.
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.
In reality, they were not respected by others and were, essentially, bullied because of their race.
Individuality and Freedom.
This picture shows that the Japanese people were allowed to customize their room and have freedom in choice.
However, this magazine advertisement portrays the Japanese people as monkeys in an attempt to make society think that Japanese people are bad.