Before World War II, Japanese Americans worked hard to adapt to American life while creating tight-knit communities. But after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, everything changed. The U.S. government sent 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent into internment camps. Learn the sad history of the camps, the reasons behind their creation, how the internees made the best of their deplorable situation, and how they finally received an official apology from the US government.
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