Japanese Internment. After Pearl Harbor. Tightened National Security Bitterness toward Japanese Americans grows Government takes action against Japanese Americans within two months of the attack. American Sentiment Toward Japanese Americans. Racist Did not like or trust them Undesirable.
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The FBI and U.S. Military intelligence fear espionage and another Japanese Attack!
The media propaganda machine starts at full speed
The Internment of all Japanese living in the United States
4,500 Japanese-Americans were interned at the Merced Fairgrounds in 1942
Marysville, Merced, Pinedale, Pomona, Sacramento,Salinas, Santa Anita, Stockton, Tanforan, Tulare, Tule Lake, Turlock,
Daily life continued…
However, camps were located in barren, arid areas that made economic self-sufficiency impossible
Camps were fenced in
Barracks consisted of several one-room apartments
Camps had minimal school and recreation facilities and provided enough medical care to prevent epidemics
People shared communal toilets, laundries, bathing and dining facilities