Describe the negative experiences of some American Indians during World War II

Describe the negative experiences of some American Indians during World War II

 

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World War II brought many changes to Indian reservations and to American Indians on the home front. These changes began during the war, and then continued following the war.

It should be noted that an American Indian reservation was attacked during the war. In 1945, a Japanese bomb carried by balloon landed on the Hupa reservation in Northern California.

During the war American Indians showed their support for the war effort in many different ways. For example, many Indians, like other Americans, grew Victory Gardens to show their support for the war. In 1942, Indians planted a total of 36,200 gardens: this is roughly one victory garden for every two Indian

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