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Japanese Internment during WWII
During its history, Canada's government had declared the war measures act 3 times. First time was during World War I, second time was in World War II, and last declaration to date took place during the FLQ crisis. The second case is presented in this paper. Canadian Government was fully justified in forcefully interning Japanese Canadians during World War II. There was a national security risk, Canada could not defence it self in case of an invasion. Japanese living in Canada had to be interned for their own good, there was an anti-Japanese hysteria in British Columbia and especially in Gr…
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