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North Carolina

By Nicolette O.
Grade 6, North Carolina

On the night of December 7,1941 the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Several weeks later they were all being sent to camps. They had to sell all their houses and all their belongings that they couldn't carry. Some of the camps were made out of horse racing tracks. The houses were made out of the horse stalls. There was only one room for each family. They all had to eat in the Mess Hall. On August 15,1945 the Japanese were set free. The president apoligized for all they had been through. The president awarded them with 200,000 dollars


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