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Question 1: In 1988, Congress passed and President ________ signed legislation which apologized for the internment on behalf of the U.S. government.
Richard NixonRonald ReaganGeorge H. W. BushGerald Ford

Question 2: Japanese people from various parts of ________ were brought to the United States for internment, or interned in their countries of residence.
South AmericaAmericasLatin American cultureLatin America

Question 3: Only the Brave (2005), independent film about the ________/442nd Regimental Combat Team, directed by Lane Nishikawa; includes portions depicting camp
Daniel Inouye100th Infantry Battalion (United States)442nd Infantry Regiment (United States)Japanese American internment

Question 4: Canadian citizens with Japanese ancestry were also interned by the Canadian government during World War II (see ________).
VancouverJapanese CanadiansJapanese Canadian internmentBritish Columbia

Question 5: The rest of her family were sent to Tanforan Racetrack and housed in horse stables, where her father eventually rejoined them, then later interned at ________.
ManzanarJapanese American internmentMinidoka National Historic SiteTopaz War Relocation Center

Question 6: The movement's first success was in 1976, when President ________ proclaimed that the internment was "wrong," and a "national mistake" which "shall never again be repeated".
Ronald ReaganRichard NixonGeorge H. W. BushGerald Ford

Question 7: Robert A. Nakamura (1937 – ), Filmmaker, Founder of Visual Communications (VC) (________)
Fort Point, San FranciscoManzanarYosemite National ParkBodie, California

Question 8: ________ (Santa Anita Racetrack, stables)
Glendale, CaliforniaLong Beach, CaliforniaArcadia, CaliforniaPasadena, California

Question 9: [87] The WRA officially called them "War Relocation Centers." ________, for instance, was officially known as the Manzanar War Relocation Center.
Yosemite National ParkBodie, CaliforniaFort Point, San FranciscoManzanar

Question 10: This term is criticized for suggesting that the Japanese American experience was analogous to the ________ and the Nazi concentration camps.
AntisemitismResponsibility for the HolocaustHolocaust (resources)The Holocaust
















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