Japanese Internment Camps

The bitter truth

After the Internement

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When the Japanese had come back from the internment camps, everything changed. The Japanese were being discriminated against because the government showed the Japanese in a negative light and that the Japanese wanted to harm the Americans. Because of the proporganda the gorvernment had gotten many Americans to hate the Japanese.

The Truth

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In reality, the Japanese were treated very poorly. Instead of being treated as real Americans, they were treated as prisoners. They were obviously not trusted by the American government. The Japanese were very restricted in the camps and did not have any freedom, as you can see in this photo of the Japanese being heavily guarded with big machine guns.