In 1941, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, drawing the United States into World War II. Fearing an attack on the U.S. mainland, President Franklin Roosevelt ordered people of Japanese ancestry living on the West Coast and in part of Arizona to relocate to incarceration camps around the country. They were held under guard in the camps for years, even though there was no evidence that they were disloyal to the United States. This Graphic Book tells the story of the heartache Japanese Americans in the camps faced through the setting elements of time and place. Use this Graphic Book with Japanese American Incarceration During World War II at level Z2.
Graphic Book Lesson Plan
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