6. Treatment of Japanese citizens in the Americas

IB History: 6. Treatment of Japanese citizens in the Americas

One of the darker episodes of the Second World War in the Americas is the treatment of Japanese citizens. This page gives ATL on the causes and consequences of the internment of Japanese in America, Canada and Latin America.Guiding Questions:What was life like for the Japanese American population in the US before the bombing of Pearl Harbor in December 1941?Why did the US government decide to intern Japanese Americans?


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