They Are Sending Us Away!

BY: Clayton, Carter

The point of views of the story is?

  • There are at lest three different points of view in this story. One is from the Prisoners Of War talking about the camps.
  • Also from the Americans point of view they thought that any Japaneses could be spies.
  • Robert Mitori says that the camp was just like the army.

What is the author's purpose

The author's purpose of this story is to inform the reader about the camps of world war 2 and how the camps where and the kids Robert Mitori's prospective to.He/she says all of these things that are bad about the camps so I think that he/she is agents.

Some finale pictures! Then good bye from me.

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