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.

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

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