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.