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  • Effects Of The Evacuation And Internment
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    A Japanese American Tragedy Farewell to Manzanar, written by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston, Japanese American, and James D. Houston, describes about the experience of being sent to an internment camp during World War II. The evacuation of Japanese Americans started after President Roosevelt had signed the Executive Order 9066 on February 19, 1942. Along with ten thousand other Japanese Americans, the Wakatsuki was sent on a bus to Manzanar, California. There, they were placed in an internment camp, m...
  • Long Years Of Camp
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    JOURNEY TO TOPAZ This book, A Journey to Topaz, involves an eleven year old girl named Yuki Chan who lives in California. Up until this point she was a perfectly happy girl and had many friends. But then, one day, Japan bombed America and all of the Japanese were taken to camps, including Yuki. Her father is being taken to war while she, her brother Kenichi and her mother enter long years of camp. Yuki travels around the U.S. in buses and trains to different camps and goes through many tough tim...
  • Japanese People
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    Japan: An Independent Dependant Nation The main element of Japanese culture is their idea of a "family" oriented nation. There is no focus on the individual. In the Japanese culture your job comes before your wife and children, your wife and children come before you, and you come before nothing. There is no individual separation; there is only group separation. There is also the idea of others' benefit for your benefit. Along with these two ideas, creativity of the individual is very discouraged...
  • Japanese Residents To Internment Camps
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    Keith SalenskiJen StaussHistory 201 May 31, 2005 Japanese Internment Camps in WWII For over a century, the United States has been one of the most powerful and influential states on the globe. However, every nation has made mistakes in its past. Throughout our country's history, certain groups have had to endure horrible injustices: the enslavement of African-Americans, the removal of Native Americans, and discrimination against immigrants, women, homosexuals, and every other minority. During Wor...
  • Internment Camp For Japanese People
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    In the novel Farewell to Manzanar, Jeanne tells the whole story through her own eyes as she saw it. She is a Japanese American who was born in the states and happens to be the main character and author of this novel. Her father, Ko, had fled from Japan to restore his families lost honor by making a fortune in America. This plan however, did not work out. Instead Ko worked a number of jobs in the states including farming, translating Japanese into English for the Government and doing around handy...
  • Production Of Japanese Swords
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    . It was though that the Hito-rei edict of 1876, banning the wearing of japanese sword by Samurai, would have stopped the production of japanese swords. But, through the Hito-rei edict and the ban of sword production by us forces during WWII the japanese sword still lives today. Though this was true very few swordsmiths could earn a solid living on just making swords. But those few, for example Miyamoto Kane nori, were considered living national treasures. In the 20th century poor quality swords...
  • Change In Japanese Society
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    In 1968, Japanese society went through a rapid change, a change quite unlike anything any other country has ever been through. Before 1868 the Japanese people were forced to live by harsh class systems that ensured that they could never be anything more than what was determined even before they were born. Essentially, they had no freedom and could only live by the strict rules forced upon them. After 1868 Japan had opened up trade relations with the rest of the world, their economy flourished an...
  • Japanese Americans To Internment Camps
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    During World War II, the American government found it within their power to relocate Japanese Americans to internment camps. This was a serious violation of the constitutional rights of these Japanese Americans. Nearly 120,000 people of Japanese descent were interned by the American government during this time. The internment consisted of a mass evacuation of persons of Japanese ancestry from the Pacific coast states. Japanese Americans were interned from all of California and from the western h...

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