Japanese Internment Camps - The Camps the US Forced the Japanese Americans into during and Slightly after WWII
"...the Japanese had been welcomed at first as a source of cheap labor, but shortly thereafter, became targets of anti-Asian campaigns, maligned as the "yellow peril." They inherited much of the new prejudice directed previously against the Chinese, especially as the Japanese moved from itinerant farm laborers to become owners of farms and small businesses." (Jainternment).
Throughout the United State's history different ethnicities have been targeted by discrimination. What happened to the Japanese during World War II is no different; many Japanese and Japanese-Americans were discriminated against after Pearl Harbor was bombed on December 7, 1941.
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