Internment : Japanese Americans in World War II
When the Empire of Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, racial stereotypes escalated into fear of the Japanese immigrants that flew in the face of facts. This led to the rounding up and internment of Japanese Americans is one of the most unfortunate incidents in the history of the United States. This book details the history of Asian immigration to the US, and how cultural differences and economic envy developed into blatant discrimination.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Williamson Public Library||940.53 BJO (Text)