Here’s the instructions:
“The 1935 Nuremberg Laws clearly excluded Jews from German citizenship. What rights did German Jews lose along with their citizenship? In the United States, the Supreme Court case Korematsu v. U.S. justified the arrest and imprisonment of Japanese-Americans in California. What reasons did the court provide for its justification? What similarities and differences exist in the establishment and the impact of both legal cases? Your response should be a minimum of three paragraphs.”
No MLA or APA citation is really required. Just simple and brief of atleast 500 words. I have attached a sample essay of one that I did before. Just be sure to include atleast 3 quotations from the articles to prove the view
Here are some relevant articles that pertains to the essay:
- Rape of Nanking (1937) – Here is the Wikipedia article on the Rape of Nanking. Browse through it to gain a better understanding of the Japanese massacre of Chinese in the city of Nanking in 1937. Consider the motivations which might have influenced the killing of Chinese in this manner.
- Franklin D. Roosevelt, “Four Freedoms” – In January 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivered to congress a speech in which he identified “four essential human freedoms.” Considering that the United States was not at war at the time, what were the reasons for FDR to enumerate these freedoms? To hear the full speech, click here.
- Korematsu vs. U.S. (1944) – This site contains the historical background of the infamous court decision in the Korematsu vs. U.S. case in 1944 that justified the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Make sure to read both Justice Black’s court opinion as well as Justice Murphy’s dissenting view.