You can say, “Well, kids these days don’t learn the right things in school” and you’d be absolutely correct. But I didn’t learn about this event in school, either. I learned about it through old Life magazines and new Time magazines and from TV shows on PBS or whatever.
What should really disturb you is not that these young, “educated” people didn’t recognize this image after almost 20 years of public education.
You should ask yourself how kids who “want to get into the media” apparently managed not to consume any media before they decided to major in it.
Party at my place.
The teacher said the internment took place after the United States declared war on Japan.
There is no mention or discussion of Pearl Harbor.
Maybe somebody could volunteer to write up an Arabic version.
Although given the number of exploding heads this encounter with undiluted reality would spark, such a translation might be condemned as a war crime atrocity.