This 1940s Quiz Will Leave You Wondering How You Passed History Class

Shortly after Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt started doing this with Japanese and American citizens and immigrants.

Retry Correct Incorrect Japanese internment camps forced Japanese-American immigrants to relocate to small camps in the western interior of the country. More than half of the people relocated were legal citizens who lost everything.
Bill O’Leary/The Washington Post via Getty Images
Bill O’Leary/The Washington Post via Getty Images

Shortly after Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt started doing this with Japanese and American citizens and immigrants.

  • Deported them without cause.
  • Created internment camps to keep them accounted for.
  • Tortured them for information in the mountains.
  • Forced them to live on Native American reservations.
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