Japanese Internment camps

The things you don't know

Japanese internment camps

Over 127,000 United States citizens were imprisoned during World War II. Their crime? Being of Japanese ancestry. They were suspected of being loyal to their ancestry land over the United States and thus being relocated to concentration camps. These camps were commercialized by the U.S as a quality and excellent place to live; they weren't telling us the truth.

What we all thought was true

A picture like the one pictured on the left is what people assumed the internment camps created; joy. The problem was that Americans were never exposed to the pictures that portrayed the bad things that the camps actually were like