United States History
Question of the Day

Japanese-Americans in World War 2

Members of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team,
the most decorated infantry army group in U.S. history

Question 1314136

During World War 2 Japanese-Americans

(A) were treated essentially the same as Jews in Germany
(B) were often denied their property and their freedom
(C) were not allowed to enlist in the U.S. armed forces
(D) received different treatment if they were second rather than first generation immigrants to the U.S.
(E) were allowed fight, but only in the Pacific theater of war

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