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Not all Americans supported the war. A small number refused to fight because of religious or moral beliefs.
They were known as conscientious objectors. And some Americans supported Adolf Hitler and other fascists.
But almost everyone else wanted to win the war quickly and return to a normal life.
Many Japanese-Americans served with honor in the United States armed forces.
But many Americans were suspicious of anyone whose family had come from Japan.
They refused to trust even Japanese-American families who had lived in the United States for more than a century.
Many banks refused to lend money to Japanese-Americans. Many stores would not sell to them.
The federal government relocated thousands of Japanese-Americans in California and other states into internment camps.
They were released only after the war ended. It was many years before the government officially apologized for mistreating Japanese-Americans.
不是所有美国人都支持这场战争。少数人因为宗教或道德信仰而拒绝战斗,
人们把他们称作出于道义拒服兵役者。一些美国人支持阿道夫・希特勒和其他法西斯分子,
但几乎所有其他人都想迅速赢得战争,恢复正常生活。
许多日裔美国人光荣地在美国军队服役,
但许多美国人对那些家人来自日本的人心存疑虑。
他们甚至拒绝相信在美国生活了一个多世纪的日裔美国人家庭。
许多银行拒绝向日裔美国人贷款,很多商店不愿意向他们出售商品。
联邦政府将加州和其他州的数千名日裔美国人重新安置到拘留营,
他们在战争结束后才得以释放。多年后,美国政府才正式为错待日裔美国人道歉。
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