Henry L. Stimson i internowanie amerykańskich Japończyków podczas drugiej wojny światowej

Mariusz Puchacz

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/DN.2017.3.03

Abstrakt


Celem badań było przeanalizowanie roli ówczesnego sekretarza wojny Henry’ego L. Stimsona w internowaniu amerykańskich Japończyków podczas II wojny światowej. Stimson w poważnym stopniu wpłynął na kształt polityki wobec społeczności japońskiej. Pomimo wątpliwości co do możliwości prawnego uzasadnienia internowania, poparł je, opierając się na niemożności zinfiltrowania społeczności japońskiej i groźbie japońskich ataków na Zachodnie Wybrzeże.

The purpose of the study was to analyse the role of US War Secretary Henry L. Stimson played in the internment of Japanese Americans during the Second World War. Secretary of War under President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s, Stimpson influenced the US policy towards the Japanese minority. Despite doubts about the legality of the internment, Stimpson backed the action on the grounds of impossibility to infiltrate the Japanese community and the threat of Japanese attacks against the West Coast. His actions make him jointly responsible for the mass internment of Japanese Americans.


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Henry L. Stimson; internowanie; USA; Japończycy; II wojna światowa; Henry L. Stimson; internment; US; Japanese; World War II

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