The Japanese attack against the United States in Pearl Harbor happened so quickly that most Americans were captured in the opening weeks of World War II. The Japanese captured a total of 140,000 American soldiers and held them in Japanese camps from 1942-1945. These prisoners were treated cruelly and inhumanely by their captors. In fact, more prisoners died in Japanese camps than did in German war camps. To prevent enemy soldiers from returning to their troops, the Japanese held prisoners of war in horrible camps throughout Japan, forced them to work in horrendous conditions, and treated them inhumanely.
People in the camps had poor diet, what they usually received were gruel, cornbread and vegetable soup that made from the cheapest vegetables available. Some camps have reported two meals a day while others allowed three. The camps were also infested with many types of pest which would cause severe skin problems and lead to dangerous infections and eventually, causing death. Nevertheless, they were still forced to work even if they were ill. Under these extremely bad circumstances, many of them were driven to insanity and in many cases committed suicide.
They were poorly treated and they endured poor treatment from the people at the internment camps. Based on the fourteenth amendment I disagree on the actions that was taken against the Japanese Americans because
The living conditions are worse as the floors of the barracks are made of planks that have large worn out knotholes. In spite of the living conditions being unclean and shabby, there are armed guards who surround the camps. The movements of every person are watched like a hawk and no comfort or peace is given to them. They are trying times and Jeanne describes the desperation and pain
They had to use their tins and duck behind the sheds in the trenches. Not only was this incredibly unhygienic and caused many diseases among the soldiers, but they were also dodging bullets. The enemy would shot them as they went to the toilet and because they were pre-occupied they could not defend themselves. The toilets were a grim place to be, cans of overflowing sewage, undetectable bullets and often the bodies of men who had died in the act. Another terrible problem was the rats.
Another reason why the wandering will commit crime is because food is provided in prison, and that is much more appealing to the wandering as opposed to finding and eating food from trashcans. Dr. Glynn, a primary care nutritionist for Springfield Prison, has noted that 32% of the former houseless had endured foodborne illnesses due to previously eating food from waste bins. Now that food is provided for these inmates, they are on their way back to health, thankful for the three meals provided for them everyday. Warden Joseph Randall reports to Jailhouse Weekly magazine stating that the former vagrants
WOW BAO Hot Asian Buns Harnek Bhachu Composition ENGL 135 Ann Tschetter 07 September 2012 When people are healthy, they tend to feel good about themselves and their body. Eating healthy food while working in the office somewhat challenging. The first time I got the chance to go eat at Wow Boa at corner of Lake Street and Michigan Ave, Chicago, Illinois couple weeks ago. Wow Bao offers Chinese steamed cooked bao’s filled with either chicken or beef. All the food served at Wow Bao is gluten free, made to order and locked in steam container to preserve the flavor and ingredients.
Another disease soldiers caught during World War 1 is dysentery. Dysentery is an infection of the intestines marked by severe diarrhoea, caused by poor water supply, water cleanliness and no proper toilets for the soldiers to use. Dirty drinking water caused a lot of problems during World War 1, mainly because it contains all sorts of illnesses and diseases, which once you have in your system, cause you to get ill. Cholera was cause by dirty water, causing sickness, diarrhoea and even death it if was left untreated for long enough. Trench mouth was also common during World War 1. This is where you get an infection of the mouth, caused by poor oral hygiene and lack of important vitamins, due to a poor diet, smoking, tooth or mouth infections and stress.
The treatment of children in factories was often cruel and unusual, and the children’s safety was generally neglected. The people who the children worked for would constantly beat them. For example, if a child worker came late to work or stopped to drink water, the factory owner would beat them with pieces of thick leather which had iron buckles at the end that drew blood every time it was applied. Many children were beaten so hard that they were unable to move and would become unconscious. Some of these beatings would lead to death.
Animal testing on cosmetic products has its disadvantages, as it is inhumane, inaccurate and cruel. Besides that, animal testing has flaws and it requires lots of animals to conduct an experiment. The animal testing is inhumane, inaccurate and cruel as the animals suffer tortures and painful procedure during the experiments. In order to get the best result of certain drugs or cosmetic products, animals have to suffer all kind of tortures and painful procedures. Most of the animal died after the experiment due to the harm to their body.