Although not FEMA camps concentration camps in the USA began to rise after the attack on Pearl Harbor for the use of imprisoning people who have the
same race as the enemies.
Although not as harsh as the concentration camps in Nazi Germany the US camps were holding people under the assumption that they were spies.
Over 100,000 japanese were held captive, along with thousands of Germans and Italians.
hese interment camp are scatted throughout the United States, many are now 'historical sites', and what is stopping them from becoming what they
On December 21, 2006 President Bush signed H.R. 1492 into law guaranteeing $38,000,000 in federal money to restore the Gila River relocation center
along with nine other former Japanese internment camps. "H.R. 1492".
This is a short introduction to the introduction of US concentration camps into the United States, I hope to go more in depth in the near future-this
is just a tidbit of information to get you started
. Now you read about all of these FEMA camps popping up, why? When the WW2 camps started popping
up Germans were being held even though the United States had not yet declared war on Germany yet, may these FEMA camps be a sing of something to come?