In the first video made by the U.S government, the video tryes to convoy a message that the Japanese population living among the U.S population coperated wholehartedly in going to the camps. It also trys to convoy that it went easy for them after Pearl Harbor. I do not think the video tells an accurate portrayal of the Japanese-Americans. In the video it says that the U.S government helped tennents sell there farms for a good sum of mony. It also says that the government provided trucks for the Japanese to put there personal things in. In the video it said the army provided busses for the evacuees and they coopreated wholehartedly. In the video the narriator said that at the camps the army provided healthful nourising food for all. In the video it said that some of the Japanese made camoflage nets for the United States military.
In the second video made by the History channel, tryes to convoy a message that the Japanesse we treated terribly after Pearl Harbor. I think the second video tells an accurate portrayal of how the Japanese-Americans were treated after Pearl Harbor. In the video it says the residents were forced to sell their homes and their busness for small sums of money. Also the video states that internment camps were often situated in isolated deserts and surrounded by barbed wire and guard towers. It also said that the people lived in small one room apartments with little privicy and constent surveillance. The video said that they were only given a standered army cot, blankets, and a small heating stove. The video states that only 35% of Americans thought that Japanese-Americans should return home after the war.
I believe the second video tells a more accurate portrayal of Japanese-American Internment because in the first video they act like the Japanese-Americans were treated great in the camps. In the second video they tell the truth and talk about the conditions they were actualy kept in. An example is the first video saying the camps provided healthful nourising food for all and skipping out on the harsh winters and the barbed wire. The second video talked about all of that. Another example is the first video saying that the government helped the Japanese-Americans sell their houses and bussness for a good sum of money. In the second video it was said that the govenment made the Japanese-Americans sell their houses for a small sum of money. There are my reasonings as to why I thing the second video portrays the Internment of the Japanese-Americans better than the first one.