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Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment. 1941, December 7--the bombing of Pearl Harbor 1942--evacuation of Canadian Japanese (Nikkei) from the Pacific Coast--the great mass movement in the history of Canada ( Obasan 92-93)--21,000 people moved 1949--Nikkei allowed to return to B.C. 1980s--redress movement

By lexine
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WW2 #3: Pearl Harbor

WW2 #3: Pearl Harbor

WW2 #3: Pearl Harbor. December 7 , 1941. Sunday morning at 7:55 Pearl Harbor , Hawaii, a US Naval Base Surprise attack by Japanese bombers 2,400 soldiers die Destroy boats, planes, and other military supplies

By ken
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Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment. Internment > Amy Uno Ishii oral history interview.

By sidonie
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Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment. 1942-1945. Following the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, why do you think many Americans were suspicious of Japanese Americans?. Many people were afraid that Japanese Americans that lived on the West Coast might be acting as spies helping

By Mercy
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Immigration in America

Immigration in America

Immigration in America. Songhua Hu Sociology Department Stanford University songhua@stanford.edu. Part I Chinese, Koreans, Japanese  Asian Americans Asian American Immigration. Basic Questions: .

By Mercy
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Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment. Japanese Internment. On December 7, 1941, an angry white neighbor came to the home of a Japanese American family. “ You …started the war! ” the neighbor yelled. “ You bombed Pearl Harbor! ”

By meris
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DO NOW

DO NOW

DO NOW. Take a piece of paper and fold it in half. In each half write: Who What When Where Why How Leave enough space to write in responses!. DAchau. Half #1: The Holocaust. Who : Who were the people responsible for detaining others? Who were the people that were detained?

By misae
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Complexities of Liberalism in Practice Chapter Eleven

Complexities of Liberalism in Practice Chapter Eleven

Complexities of Liberalism in Practice Chapter Eleven. Read Page 368 . To what extent do you think the actions of the US and Syrian governments challenged individual or collective rights? Is it ever acceptable for a liberal democracy to suspend people’s rights to protect the common good?.

By beulah
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Life on the Home Front

Life on the Home Front

Life on the Home Front. 14.3. Women in the Defense Plants. Most believed women shouldn’t work during the Great Depression Labor shortage during the war forced companies to hire women More opportunities arose for women in blue collar jobs

By akira
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Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor. Warm-Up 3/8/13. The Only Way We C an Save Her. Agenda. Rise of Dictators Brochure Pearl Harbor Life during the attack Your Tweets or Updates on the attack. Rise of Dictators. In your pairs complete the worksheet by using the red textbooks. Discussion.

By neena
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Japanese internment

Japanese internment

Japanese internment. In the entire course of the war, 10 people were convicted of spying for Japan, all of whom were Caucasian. In the entire course of the war, 10 people were convicted of spying for Japan, all of whom were Caucasian . Roosevelt interned 120,000 Japanese

By ewa
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Pearl Harbor and Japanese Internment Day 1 Notes

Pearl Harbor and Japanese Internment Day 1 Notes

Pearl Harbor and Japanese Internment Day 1 Notes. Key Questions…. Why was Pearl Harbor bombed? What happened to Japanese-Americans during WWII? Is it ever ok for individual freedoms to be given up for national security ?. December 7, 1941 . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv1niwxQgoY.

By howard
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Japanese Internment & Redress

Japanese Internment & Redress

Japanese Internment & Redress. Source: http://www.japanesecanadianhistory.net/GuideExcerptsForSocialStudies11.pdf. Background. Manzo Nagano 1877 Pacific Coast: farms, fishing, mining, sawmill racism Vancouver riots, 1907 (see docs) Legalized racism: vote; professions; wages

By rea
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The United States in World War II

The United States in World War II

The United States in World War II. The Home Front. Opportunity and Adjustment. Economic Gains Higher wages Famers prospered-better weather, improvements Women –defense plants, better pay –challenging work Population Shifts African Americans left South for work in North

By renate
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Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment. Focus Question. Racial Profiling In a short response of one to three sentences, describe the problems and issues involved in racial profiling. Japanese Internment. Internment. Mass internment only along the West Coast Housed in remote locations

By teenie
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Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment. Timeline of Events. Following Pearl Harbor: “Enemy aliens” German, Italian and Japanese origin – ID cards, turn in radios, cameras, internment camps Interned 120,000 Japanese Were not “politically powerful” Pre – existing prejudice Small in number

By pekelo
(467 views)

Do Now

Do Now

Do Now. 1) Why were the Japanese able to expand in the Pacific without anyone stopping them? 2) How do you think Americans will treat Japanese Americans during World War II?. Reminders. News Article Analysis due FRIDAY!. 9.5- War at Home. World War II put an end to the Great Depression.

By brian
(120 views)

U.S. Mobilization for War

U.S. Mobilization for War

U.S. Mobilization for War. 16.2 Interactive Reading Guide. Selective Service Act. Men had to enlist in army between ages of 18-45 Draft Duty to America as a citizen. Numbers. 15 million Americans served

By moke
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Japanese Internment and the Code Talkers Tuesday/Wednesday March 27-28

Japanese Internment and the Code Talkers Tuesday/Wednesday March 27-28

Japanese Internment and the Code Talkers Tuesday/Wednesday March 27-28. Vocab: Executive Order 9066 Navajo Code Talkers. Japanese Internment After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Americans were terrified that Japanese people living in America were a threat to the American way of life.

By jerome
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World War II: The Home Front

World War II: The Home Front

World War II: The Home Front. US History: Spiconardi. Rosie the Riveter . The image of Rosie the Riveter was used to encourage women to join the workforce Rosie represented the “heroic” work of woman in wartime industries During WWII there was a 57 percent jump in the number of working women.

By arden
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