Primary Source activity
Primary sources from archives.gov
Worksheet created by Leanne Cena
Students use the primary sources to answer questions about what the read.
Then write a return letter to one of the interned Japanese.
This document activity contains pictures, maps, charts and letter excerpts to help students comprehend the magnitude of the Holocaust. The packet is 9 pages long and contains 8 documents. Students answer questions under each document. The questions are designed for the students to not only interpre
World War II- DBQ: Was the Internment of Japanese Americans Justified?
During World War II, American Citizens who were of Japanese ancestry were forced to leave their homes and go live in relocation camps. They had not been accused or found guilty of any crimes. Below are several parts