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Essay heading: A Brief Exmination of U.S. Japanese Internment
 
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(Weglyn) The report was categorizes by their generations and educational background. The information gathered on the first generation of Japanese Americans is that "the Issei, or first generation, is considerably weakened in their loyalty to Japan by the fact that they have chosen to make this (the U...
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They expect to die here." (Weglyn) The other categories are: the Nisei, second generation in the U.S. and their whole education in the United States; the Kibei, second generation of American-born Japanese who received a latter part of their education in Japan; and finally, the Sansei ? the third generation of Japanese American were disregarded for this report as they are all at the age of infants during the report's intelligence gathering...
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