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The Japanese American Internment: Civil Liberties Denied (Snapshots in History) (Snapshots in History) Summary ✓ 104 ò On December 7 1941 Japanese warplanes bombed the US naval base at Pearl Harbor Hawaii bringing the United States into World War II US leaders fOn December 7 1941 Japanese warplanes bombed the US naval base at Pearl Harbor Hawaii bringing the United States into World War II US leaders feared that Japanese Americans w.

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Ould betray the United States to help Japan The federal government moved Japanese people from their homes in the United States into special camps called relocation centers Ma.

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