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The Japanese people of Canada have suffered much agony throughout World War II. Innocent people, most of them Canadian citizens, were forcibly uprooted and taken form their homes and sent to camps or labour jobs across the country. They lost their possessions and their livelihoods. All of this was done seemingly to preserve national security, which I believe was never a risk. There were no foundations for the fears that led to their internment. These so-called "fears" were actually based on feelings of racism by the Canadian government toward these people at the time. Although the relocati…
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