After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Asian Americans were denied their basic freedom. Anything they had worked to build up in their lives was taken away from them. They were forced to leave their homes to live in shelters and eat the food provided. Conditions in the internment camps were usually very bad for these Japanese Americans. Often, there was low privacy and food was sometimes very unusual.

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