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After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese citizens and immigrants were put in concentration camps

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Q: How did Americans treat Japanese immigrants after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941?
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Why were the Japanese and Americans at war?

The attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese.

Where were Japanese Americans sent after pearl harbor attack?


How did the Japanese attack the Americans in Pearl Harbor?

They flew in and bombed them

Why were Americans so surprised by the Japanese attack on pearl harbor?

Because the Americans had no idea that the Japanese were going to attack dumb dumb.

How much warning did the Japanese gave the Americans at Pearl Harbor?

The Japanese gave no warning of their attack on Pearl Harbor. That is why it was a successful surprise attack.

What did the japanese in Pearl Harbor have to do with the attack?

The Japanese-Americans living and working on Oahu Island (where Pearl Harbor and Honolulu are located) had nothing to do with the attack on Pearl Harbor. Japanese Naval Pilots were the ones who perpetrated the attack.

How did Americans and the Japanese react to the attack on Pearl Harbor?

They declared war on Japan after the attack.

Why did they have to attack Pearl Harbor?

The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor was to take the American Carriers out of the war to make the Americans vulnerable to attack.

How did Japanese Americans suffer after japan's attack on pearl harbor?

It cannot be described.

What did Americans react to japanese-Americans as a result of the attack on pearl harbor?

most Japanese Americans were treated badly by Americans there were mass movements of them to camps to prevent espionage

Why were the Japanese Americans forced out of their homes after the attack on Pearl Harbor?

Because once that happened I guess Americans felt they couldn't trust the Japanese.

How were the Japanese Navy and Airforce able to surprise the Americans in Pearl Harbor?

The Americans knew of the Japanese plan to attack them, due to decoders. The problem was that the Americans didn't know when or where the attack was suppose to happen. The attack happened well after the Americans received the news that the Japanese were going to attack, so they were caught off guard. No one could really predict it was going to be Pearl Harbor.

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