Japanese-Americans Rights and Responsibilities during World War II

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In History
  • Attack on Pearl Harbor.

    Attack on Pearl Harbor.
  • President Roosevelt signs Executive Order 9066.

    President Roosevelt signs Executive Order 9066.
  • General Dewitt issues Public Proclamation No. 1 which removes all people with Japanese ancestry.

    General Dewitt issues Public Proclamation No. 1 which removes all people with Japanese ancestry.
  • President signed Executive Order 9102 which establishes War Relocation Authority.

  • First group of Japanese American volunteers arrive at Manzanar, CA.

    First group of Japanese American volunteers arrive at Manzanar, CA.
  • First inmates arrive at Minidoka, Idaho.

  • First inmates arrive at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.

    First inmates arrive at Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
  • First inmates arrive at Granada, or Amache, Colorado.

    First inmates arrive at Granada, or Amache, Colorado.
  • First inmates arrive at Central Utah, or Topaz.

    First inmates arrive at Central Utah, or Topaz.
  • First inmates arrive at Rohwer, Arkansas.

    First inmates arrive at Rohwer, Arkansas.
  • 442nd Regimental Combat Team activated and it is completely made up of Japanese Americans.

    442nd Regimental Combat Team activated and it is completely made up of Japanese Americans.
  • Restrictions on preventing on resettlement at the West Coast are removed.

  • Pacific War ends.

  • Period: to

    All camps closed except for Tule Lake Center.