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    “Well, here we are,” he said at last. The place was scary, you could see the cobwebs, and the mold growing inside this tent that was suppose to be their “home”. Yuki thought to herself, what did she do to deserve this. She didn’t hurt anyone, she was sweet, and most of all caring. Later on, Yuki and her family found out that they weren’t the only ones that were going to be living in that little house, 2 other families would be joining them. How could 3 people fit in one bed? Yuki could…

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    Introduction Alfred Thayer Mahan recognized the existence of the intermediate field of study and practice between naval policy, strategy and tactics. His theories created a foundation for modern operational art and operational warfare while analyzing contributing factors of politics, social and economic conditions while keeping maritime interests at the forefront of his beliefs. As classical naval theoretician, he shaped the service culture and military doctrine for a multiplicity of navies on a…

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    The differences between Night and Farewell to Manzanar are pronounced, and they deserve rigorous scrutiny. The differences show how much worse the Concentration camps were in Night then the Japanese internment camps in Farewell to Manzanar. In Night, the people were not allowed to do hardly anything and were treated horrible. In Farewell to Manzanar, the people had all of their freedoms, but to leave the camp. The differences between these two books are very noticeable and need to be recognized.…

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    he states to the people that the Japanese have to go to internment camps. This order also allows the government to forcibly force ALL Japanese including ones who were born in America…

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    Japanese-American internment camps Japanese internment camps were a horrible way of protecting the Japanese and Japanese-American from white pedestrians it violated their privacy, and a majority of them were against it. although the government claims they took great care of the Japanese, Japanese-Americans a big percentage of the victims mentioned their rights were violated for example: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and right to assemble. they could not practice religion, for example…

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    precautions. Although the order did not single out a certain population of people, a large population of Japanese Americans were settled in the areas that was sectioned off by Executive Order 9066. The government was convinced that a large of the Japanese Americans population that were settled on the west coast were spies who were lurking on America’s military and reporting back to their…

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    The Japanese Internment

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    have always thrown each other under the bus for self preservation. From the start of America,the Salem Witch Trials, to the second World War, when anyone of japanese ancestry was accused of being allies to their home land, we have always feared what we do not know. When Pearl Harbor was bombed by Japan on December 7, 1941 anyone of any japanese background was immediately guilty by association, much like people were accused of being witches during the Salem Witch Trial (Jardins). During the…

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    The internment and seizure of property on Japanese at that time was a kind of discrimination which cannot be understand for nowadays. But they were at war with America so that’s one of the reason that Americans be more careful on them. The treatment on the Japanese-Americans was a kind of discrimination because it was an action to treat different on a specific race. I think it is understandable for their actions. But we need to know not all of the Japanese were involved into the war. During…

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    order 9066 ordering all Japanese- americans to evacuate the west coast, that approximately 120,000 Japanese Americans to go to internment camps. Japanese- Americans were treated harshly after the bombing of the Pearl Harbor. The bombing of the Pearl Harbor made Americans fear and despise them. The hatred towards Japanese-Americans was due to newspapers creating a scare for the American people, as well as the government restricting the rights of Japanese-Americans. Japanese-American had to go…

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    the federal government was they took all the Japanese American citizens from their home from any age to camps only because were of Japanese decent not because they committed a crime just because Japanese decent. One of the reason they relocated them is because of the attack of Pearl Harbor and the American citizens became fearful of the ethnic Japanese because some officials and citizens thought they were spy’s while that was happening more Japanese were settling near the west coast shortly…

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