Buzz Japanese-Americans Visit A WW2 Incarceration Camp 6 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest More than just a history lesson. Special Thanks To: Densho.org GET MORE BUZZFEED: www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam www.facebook.com/buzzfeedvideo … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Americans Try Dutch Sweets January 4, 2016 The fight for workplace equality is far from over, but these 11 stories are a start. March 7, 2017 Moments Only Arab People Understand February 18, 2017 Is This Prison Food Cruel And Unusual? January 3, 2016 People Try Novelty Astronaut Desserts January 8, 2016 Watching p*rn in public Prank reation January 10, 2016 20 Comments elton john September 20, 2016 You japs need to get nuked again jitlogs Jitlogs September 20, 2016 How different is this than blacks guilt tripping whites about slavery for something this generations of white didnt do and that happened 500 yrs ago. The whites today are innocent. Im not white btw. ThePatrioticGamer September 20, 2016 Rather be there than Auschwitz tbh OneLoudNinja September 20, 2016 I thought they deported all the mexicans too during ww2 :/ OneLoudNinja September 20, 2016 How much did Japanese business suffer during this :/ LUELLA September 20, 2016 This was excellent, thank you. We must NEVER do it again! A CEE riguez September 20, 2016 Not to try and distract from the main issue of japanese americans in camps and their struggle but at the time they also tried to claim hispanics (specifically mexicans) were vulnerable to infiltration by the japanese and would be used as spies because mexicans ancestors were native americans and native americans were decendants of people who migrated from asia through the bering pass.. talk about reaching, this was a dark time for minorities in the US Rickyfromphilly September 20, 2016 I was not taught about Japanese Internment Camps in school. Slavery was briefly glanced over, as was the Native American experience. I only knew the Chinese were here to build the railroads, but I didn't learn anything about the troubles they faced. I do, however, remember our history books going into great detail about The Holocaust, being that is was not an atrocity commented by Americans. I also notice that Russia's war crimes were not mentioned, and that is probably due to the fact that the U.S allied itself with the Russians during the war. Elizabeth Dean September 20, 2016 Thanks for sharing your visit and experiences! It's a site I'd like to see one day, but it's hard to imagine ever getting there. I appreciated the info, and you sharing your experiences of such a serious part of your family histories. Aiden Neary September 20, 2016 please take them to a Japanese pow camp in Japan and show them both sides of the story ImperialPiGaming September 20, 2016 funny how it was a democratic president who did this Joe Hill September 20, 2016 Might seem tough to make camps but the USA was facing 3 powerful and determined enemies on a multi front war. Had to be done. Political Officer September 20, 2016 I don't see a problem in what the US did during that time. It was logical. Steve Curly Fries September 20, 2016 Sad how the education system prevents millennials from know about this.Schools are a place of knowledgenot lawsuits and budgets robertwill23 September 20, 2016 One guy said in other videos that he is mexican. So now he's japanese? Can't he know for sure for god's sake? It's not that hard. Ask your parents what ancestry they have, dude. He can be mexican of japanese ethnicity, there are some japanese in Mexico, for sure, but can he be less confusing? JOKER September 20, 2016 There were too many Jap spies amongst our Japanese population in the United States. Also, too many Japs left the USA to fight for Japan.We did the right thing when we put them into internment camps. Day With Jason September 20, 2016 That pokemon card destroyed me. I didn't intend on laughing until that was shown. pizzafrenzyman September 20, 2016 So Japanese Americans living east of the West Coast were not detained? What happened to the possessions and homes of the detainees? Cansir Mang September 20, 2016 there could be a period of time when white Americans become minority and be treated like this. Hiro Otoda September 20, 2016 I would love to see you do a documentary of 442nd infantry regiment."Go For Broke!"