Japanese Immigrants After WWII

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After the end of WWI there were many Japanese immigrants to enter the United States. Because of a lack of resources and Government, many of them chose out home country as a place to live and be successful. Everyone in the US had their own thoughts about the immigrants comming in and how it would effect the future. WWII was going on and up until December 7, 1941, or in other words the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Japanese had been respected here. But this would change everything. Because of the horrible attack that the Japanese put onto the Americans during the war, people started to get angry and start threatening people to get out of the US. Eventually for the government to know one hundred percent that there were no spies and terrorists

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