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Concentration Camps On Nazi And Us

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Comparison-Contrast report on the internment concentration camps placed in United States and Germany.
In World War II, the people-citizens which were not needed or just migrated to the country- were detained and confined without any trail is called an Internment concentration camp. The people were prisoners and kept in very bad and extremely harsh in conditions with no rights.
The present paper is to highlight the comparison-contrast of the Internment concentration camps placed by United State and Germany to imprison their own populations.

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The large increase of Japanese in west coast was the reason of Anti-Japanese Paranoia increased. It was begin in February 1942 ordering the relocation, merely upon concentration camps in interior of United States. In ten camps people were separated far from the city to dine together, children were expected to go schools. Adults had options to earn $5 per day to reach self-sufficient by farming to produce food. Recreational activities were arraigned to pass the time. In too cold and too hot weather relocation centers was not easy. Armed sentries were stood watching if tries to flee, they knew that they would shoot them.

In this matter many of the week and unstable people were already surrender to their lives and when the order was repealed many found they could not go back. As a result the intern were scattered through the country. Certainly, In 1988 Congress made apology action by rewarding surviving intern $20,000. At least the American concentration camps never reached to the level of Nazi death camps and atrocities will remain a dark to the nation’s record of respecting civil liberties and cultural differences.

Conclusion:
The matter of concern is not to win by one’s life defeat, but to make the victory by considering mankind. When come upon any nation it is better to build rather to destroy. Both the nations attempted horrible acts upon distributing the population upon their use. Unlike Nazi, United states were guilty and applied penalties were reasonable on losses in internment. Every government at the time of war or national crises should allow some specific group of people to enter into the territory to be safe rather to get revolute back also not just concerning race, religion, language etc. but for the sake of national security.

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1. Introduction:
In World War II, the people-citizens which were not needed or just migrated to the country- were detained and confined without any trail is called an Internment concentration camp. The people were prisoners and kept in very bad and extremely harsh in conditions with no rights.
The present paper is to highlight the comparison-contrast of the Internment concentration camps placed by United State and Germany to imprison their own populations.

2. Nazi Camps

* 2millions in population were sentenced as internment concentration camp.
* These people includes Jews the communists, socialist and social democrats, Jehovah’s Witnesses, homosexuals, and the so called a socials
* Finally arrived 7650 people were alive majority were young.

3. American Camps

* 127,000 citizens were imprisoned during World War II being Japanese ancestry
* By being self-sufficient and less resources many of the week and unstable people were already surrender to their lives.
* An Apology action took by government to reward surviving intern $20,000. At least the American concentration camps never reached to the level of Nazi death camps.

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