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Holocaust vs Japanese Internment Camps

In comparison between the two events of that of the Holocaust and of the Japanese Internment camps, I believe that the Holocaust was by far the worst of the two circumstances for the following three main reasons: the process and the steps taken, the deaths and how they occurred, and the mental trauma inflicted and…

Comparison of concentration camps to japanese internment

Although we cannot compare the horrors of the Nazi Concentration camps to the American “Relocation Centers”, there are many similarities. Both of the groups of victims were of the minorities, and these cultures were somewhat of an enemy to the leader of their country. These groups (the Japanese in America nearly two thirds of which…

National Emergencies: How Japanese Internment Issues Inform Contemporary Thought

Although it is hardly surprising that national emergencies frequently cause countries and political actors to react in extreme ways, this does not necessarily make these extreme reactions legally legitimate or ethically justifiable. Contemporary American reactions to the threat of terrorism, contrary to suggestions that this is a unique socio-legal phenomenon, are in fact the result…

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American Japanese Internment Camps

1.0  Introduction Japanese Americans refer to all Americans of the Japanese heritage who were born in Japan or the descendants of those who were born in Japan. Initially, they were the largest Asian American group but currently they are sixth largest group in those of mixed race and mixed ethnicity. The largest group of these…

Japanese Internment During World War 2

Over the span of nine months 22,000 Japanese Canadians were forced from their homes, stripped of their belongs and denied basic human rights (1). During World War 2, after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Canadian government felt people of Japanese origin could be a threat to the Canadian war effort. Because of this, thousands…

Description of Japanese Internment Camps

Granada War Relocation Center Located in Amache (Granada) Colorado this camp had a peak population of 7,318 Japanese Americans mainly from California. This camp opened on August 24th, 1942 and closed on October 15th, 1945; within this time there were 120 deaths, and 31 volunteers to fight in the war. Conditions in this camp were…

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