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I feel like Pearl Harbor was indeed a major issue in our economy and culture! It tested our human ways...would we be like the Nazi's that were throwing Jews into concentration camps..or would we be more human than that! Obviously the answer is here and we did treat them like dirt! We did the one thing we never thought possible...treating them how we didn't want to be treated! I like the quotes from random people in that were in the concentration camps! This site holds very influential information that you can't get out of text books at school! Thanks!

The site was neat. I learned some new things that I didn't know before like where some camps were and what they looked like. The Japs were treated horibbly and I hope that this never happens again.

I enjoyed your web site. It helped me understand better about the Japanese experience after WWII.


this site was a very good and thourough view of the persecution of the japs after pearl harbor and up until today. thank you for putting the time and effort into the making of this

Atleast the Japs didn't get treated as bad as the Jews! I personally think what we did to the Japs wasn't wrong...

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