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World War II

Below is a list of Writing Ideas to help you with your biography. See our instructions if you need help printing these Writing Ideas or finding Writing Ideas related to other Topics.

  1. How did you feel about your country? Were you angry? Did you feel like a scapegoat?

  2. What was a camp like? How were the living conditions? What was the mood of the people there?

  3. Did this have an affect on how you felt about yourself and other people of your ethnicity?

  4. Describe your feelings on the day that you left the camp. Were you overjoyed? Was it a bittersweet day? How were you able to re-integrate yourself into everyday life?

  5. Many years later, the government tried to repay Japanese families for what they lost. What were your thoughts about this?

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