Japanese-American Internment during World War II (Spring 1999) More Examples: Lucy Burrows (Spring 2002) | Natalie Lauderdale (Spring 2002) A.The research topic I have chosen is the Japanese-American internment in concentration camps during World War II.
There was not much research or inquiry pertaining to whether or not they were truly spies, and they were not given a chance to speak up or try to prove their innocence.
The types of primary sources that I plan on using are magazines, journals, books, and videos.
I have chosen to write about the Japanese-American internment, which occurred in the 1940s, because it interests me.
In ninth grade I was in a humanities literature class and we read a work by a woman who was in a concentration camp as a young girl in California.
I am sure that there are many people who have never heard about the Japanese-Americans B.
This topic is appropriate for Writing 123 because it is informative to me and my readers.
I have found some magazines and journals that give personal accounts of what the Japanese-American internment victims went through throughout the whole wartime era.
One such magazine, called the Booklist, has an article in it titled This tells of a Japanese-American family that lived in Hood River, Oregon, and how they were treated. I plan on searching for other videos that give first-hand experiences.
I have never used this system, and so I look forward to learning and applying this style.
Nancy Zens was not particular as to which system to use.solution was to put ALL Japanese-Americans in camps, considering every single person of the Japanese race a suspect.