Camp at the time you hear the phrase you think ...
, mashmellows, fires, and tents. Unfortunately during WWII the phrase camp brought on two words and phrases, internment, and concentration. Western Americans had been placed in internment camps. People who were deemed not superior by the Nazis were put in concentration camps. Does this indicate America was on the same amount of Germany? Did the imprisoners even think about it what the effects of their activities would be? The main reason of imprisonment was diverse for both equally sides. Both Hitler and Roosevelt felt it was necessary to imprison those people at that time. Hitler wanted a superior race. A pure, blonde haired, blue eyed, German competition. Roosevelt would have to be sure almost all security secrets were safe. He would this by gathering the Japanese to were he can watch them.
Not merely were the issues of imprisonment different, nevertheless so were the methods of accomplishing so. Initial, Hitler relocated families from their homes and into a ghetto. Then, with little or no warning he would have the Gestapo rezzou the ghettos. Anyone who rejected to comply with the Germans or ignored at all had been shot on the spot. The luck, or unfortunate who made it through were either left for raid or taken to camps. In the different hemisphere Roosevelt was mailing type of eviction letters. The letters were sent to Japan Americans and stated that they can must be all set to leave in a certain date. The Japanese People in the usa were also told to sell their belongings ahead of they remaining.
Once delivered to the camps they the two faced struggles. People of the focus camps had been forced to stay in unsanitary conditions. They received little food and what they did to you get by no means kept them full. These were put to work in labor areas around the camp or in nearby industries. Despite all their hard work they were not purchased what they did. maybe it was the fear that they could be shot at any time that kept them heading.
The camp conditions to get the Japanese People in the usa were greater than in attention camps but not acceptable. They received food everyday but just enough to outlive. They were capable of work hard labor for low wages. In addition they received medical attention but sufficient so epidemics wouldnt spread. They were located with other households, often in a single room. Situations of the camp were good but not extremely acceptable.
In both instances conditions could have been worse, as hard since that is to trust. Although the focus camps were a higher serious than the internment camps that they both left a draw on history. No matter how big the mark left on history was it cannot be greater than the mark left on the hearts of the people who lived this first hand. People human rights were broken and should have never happened. Could there have been alternatives to the route the captors took? We could look back now and say that these were wrong however you probably had to be there.