Internment Timeline.

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In History
  • Pearl Harbor attack

    Pearl Harbor attack Planes and small submarines attacked Pearl Harbor at 7:51 a.m. on Sunday, December 7, 1941. They chose this time because most people were at church. At 08:30, a second wave of 170 Japanese aircraft, mostly torpedo bombers, attacked the fleet anchored in Pearl Harbor. I remember as it was yesterday, Blood everywhere, anger and fear inside every airman’s eyes. That day we lost over 2,335 U.S. Servicemen and 1,143 were wounded that morning.
  • Presidential Proclamation.

    Presidential Proclamation. Franklin Roosevelt made a proclamation to everybody who it may concern that an invasion of predatory incursion might be threatened upon the territory of the United States by Germany. As I seen president Roosevelt’s face, sad, fear, and anger in his eyes. Listening him announcing a presidential proclamation.
  • Suspected "enemy" aliens in West.

    Suspected "enemy" aliens in West.
    President Roosevelt ordered and established limited strategic areas along the West Coast and requiring the removal of all suspected “enemy” aliens from these areas. As I was outside sitting down, I seen cops rushing to houses and getting people. I had no idea what was happening until I seen a newspaper on the ground. President Roosevelt had order to remove every enemy out of the area.
  • Executive Order No. 9066

    Executive Order No. 9066
    Roosevelt signed Executive 9066 by authorizing secretary of War or military commanders designated by Secretary to establish 'military areas' and exclude therefrom 'any or all persons. Once Roosevelt had succeeded his goal by removing every alien that was living in our area. He signed an Executive 9066 ordering to authorize secretary of war or military commanders.
  • Public Law 503

    Public Law 503
    President Roosevelt signs public law 503, making it a federal offense to violate any order issued by designated military commander under authority of 9066.
  • Henry Stimson announced plans to . .

    Henry Stimson announced plans to . .
    In World War II Henry Stimson took charge of rising and training 13 million soldiers and airmen, supervised the spending of a third of the nation's GDP on the Army and the Air Forces, helped formulate military strategy, and took personal control of building and using the atomic bomb. I remember Henry Stimson took over by training over 13 million soldiers and airmen, helping formulate military strategy and took control of using the atomic bomb.
  • Loyalty questionnaire

    Loyalty questionnaire
    WRA wanting a list of adults in order to relocate the Japanese more quickly back into American society. The registration further served the military by receiving applications from volunteers to serve in an all Japanese-American combat team. As i seen the WRA wanting a list of every Japanese, so they would move them back to the American Society quickly.
  • Korematsu v U.S

    Korematsu v U.S
    U.S Supreme court upholding a conviction of Fred Korematsu, a son of Japanese immigrants who was born in Oakland, Calif. for having violated an exclusion order requiring him to submit to forced relocation during World War II. I remember Fred Korematsu, a japanese immigrant who was violated by forcing him relocation during World war II.
  • D-Day

    More than 5,000 Ships and 13,000 aircraft supported the D-Day invasion, and by day’s end on June 6, the Allies gained a foot- hold in Normandy. More than 100,000 soldiers began the march across Europe to defeat Hitler. The day was here when the Allies gained a foot hold in Normandy.
  • Japanese American are free.

    Japanese American are free.
    As i remember being 6-7 miles from Dachau, seeing a Japanese-American's with a uniform as mine racing along the roads toward Dachau. They did not stop along the roads, when they arrived at Dachau. There he was offered medicine, food and clothes.
  • V-j Day.

    V-j Day.
    Truman warned that the U.S. had a new, horrible weapon. Japan did not accept the invitation to surrender. The announced surrender came nine days after the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, and six days after a second bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. Finally the day has come to end, Japan had finally surrendered!
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    Life in WWII Japanese-American Internment Camp