Japanese Americans During World War II: The Loyalty Examination, Japanese American Soldiers Starting the 442nd Infantry Regimental Combat Team, the Nuclear Weaponry Dropped Upon Japan, and Xenophobia and Reintegration Post War

66% of the 120,000 people who were confined during World War II in the US were US citizens, primarily consisting of Americans whose ethnicity was Japanese because of the internment of Japanese Americans during this period. The US War Relocation Authority created a supposed “loyalty examination” which was provided to young nisei Japanese males of draftable age. Question number 27 asked “Are you willing to serve in the armed forces of the United States on combat duty wherever ordered?” and questio...

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