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Righting Canadas Wrongs Summary ´ 9 ✓ This book is an illustrated history of the wartime internment of Japanese Canadian residents of British Columbia At the time when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor Japanese Canadians numbered well over 20000 From the first arrivals in the late nineteenth century they had taken up work in many parts of BC establiRacism and prejudice in many forms With war came wartime hysteria Japanese Canadian residents of BC were rounded up their homes and property seized and forced to move to internment camps with inadeuate housing water and food Men and older boys went to road camps while some families ended up on farms where they were essentially slave labour Eventually after years of pressure the Canadi.

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An government admitted that the internment was wrong and apologized for it This book uses a wide range of historical photographs documents and images of museum artefacts to tell the story of the internment The impact of these events is underscored by first person narrative from five Japanese Canadians who were themselves youths at the time their families were forced to move to the cam.

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Righting Canadas WrongsThis book is an illustrated history of the wartime internment of Japanese Canadian residents of British Columbia At the time when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor Japanese Canadians numbered well over 20000 From the first arrivals in the late nineteenth century they had taken up work in many parts of BC established communities and become part of the Canadian society even though they faced.