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Things I Learned About Japanese Internment Camps (Copy)

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S: Things I learned About Japanese Internment Camps- Sky Kamara

BC: Can it ever happen again?

FC: Japanese Internment Camps Scrapbook Sky Kamara Fourth Grade Mrs. Michnick Farmland Elementary School

2: My dad showed me this picture that was in the newspaper about the attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan.

3: This was the order that they showed us that made us leave our homes and go to the relocation centers.

4: When I go outside, I see a scary tower with a soldier in it, holding a machine gun. We are in the desert and there is a lot of sand and weeds and it is hot during the day and cold at night.

5: Letters that we wrote were all opened and stamped "CENSORED."

6: Apology letter from the President fifty years later.

7: Iawo Takamoto, a Japanese American, the creator of Scooby-Doo learned to draw at an internment camp.

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