The reasoning for the Japanese camp was that the United States was in war and Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, and so to keep the United States safe they took all the Japanese people and put them in Internment Camps.
Who was Involved?
There were many people involved in the Japanese Internment Camps but the main people were Adolf Hitler ad Franklin D. Roosevelt. They were involved because if Hitler would've never started World War II then mainly none of this would've never happened. Also, Roosevelt was involved because he signed the document to send all the Japanese people to the camps.
When the War started Hitler and the Nazi's were going against lots of people. All the people on Hitler's side were called the Axis Power and The people on the other side were called the Allies. The United States didn't want to be in the war but then Japan bombed Pearl Habor which made the United States put the Japanese people in camps.
Where and When did this happen?
They put all the Japanese people in California, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Wyoming, Colorado, and Arkansas. This happened in February 19, 1942 when President Roosevelt signed a document for them to go to these camps but it didn't happen until March 1942.
How did it happen?
It happened because the U.S didn't want to be in the War but Japan decided to bomb Pearl Harbor.
What was the outcome?
The outcome was the U.S took around 110,000 to 120,000 Japanese people and put them in Internment Camps.
Did President Roosevelt have an impact on the Japanese Internment Camps?
President Roosevelt had a huge Impact on the Japanese Internment Camps because he was the one who signed the document to put the Japanese people in the camps.
Did President Roosevelt have any Intolerence or Empathy towards the Japanese people?
President Roosevelt's Intolerence or Empathy towards the Japanese was lacking because he didn't care what was happening to the Japanese people in the camps he just cared for the rest of the people.