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Reading guide 10. 1 Elaborate On The Causes Of wwii and Reasons For U. S. Entry Into The WarReading guide 10. 1 Elaborate On The Causes Of wwii and Reasons For U. S. Entry Into The War
Hitler in Germany and Benito Mussolini in Italy. Mussolini was the first to come to power and advocated fascism
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Japanese Internment in World War IIJapanese Internment in World War II
The lesson will enable students to utilize inquiry skills in primary source investigations to determine if the United States was justified in relocating those of Japanese origin during World War II
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Us history dbq: japanese internmentUs history dbq: japanese internment
Arizona were declared military areas and it was announced that all persons of Japanese descent would soon be removed. On March 22 the first Japanese and Japanese-Americans were removed from the Los Angeles area and relocated to Manzanar in the Owens Valley of
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Japanese Internment 1942Japanese Internment 1942
Supreme Court renders a verdict. Korematsu v. United States (1944), upheld the constitutionality of wartime relocation and internment of Japanese-Americans
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Essential QuestionEssential Question
Ask students the question "Based on this evidence, why were Japanese-Americans interned?"
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Document B: The Munson ReportDocument B: The Munson Report
Japanese Americans. Special Representative of the State Department Curtis B. Munson Carried out the investigation in October and November of 1941 and presented what came to be known as the “Munson Report” to the President on November 7
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