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Life as a child in a Japanese internment camp

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World War II was a difficult, frightening time for many people around the globe. In the United States, difficulties arose after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, in December 1941. People became suspicious of Japanese Americans living in the United States. As a result, many Japanese Americans were put into internment camps.

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Newark Public Library J940.53 SUL (Text)
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Victor Farmington Library J 940.53 SUL (Text)
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