No one is better to visit than the Nation capital, Washington, DC, for anyone interested in the history of the Untied States of America. There is much to see and do, in spite of the lack of interesting museums, monuments, historic sites and buildings such as the Capitol and the White House. The National Archives are kept many original documents created by the US government time, including the Constitution.
One of the lesser-known part of American history that seems to be worded slightly on most courses in American history – is the experience of Japanese Americans during World War II, when the Constitution does not protect the innocent people who have done nothing wrong. Japanese Americans and their immigrant parents, who lived on the West Coast of the United States after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, February 19, 1942 signed Executive Order 9066, were forcibly removed from their homes and the prisoners in the camp. Ten camps were built in remote and desert areas of the US. Most of the prisoners in this way were US citizens. They were imprisoned during the war, after which they were released to try to restore their normal life. It was a devastating experience for many people. Their story – unfortunate part of the story.
Museums Smitsonav – popular Washington, DC attractions, where you can learn many interesting things, including about United States history. Smithsonian museum usually have free admission. It will take more than a day to receive and absorb the information in one of the museums. A lot of knowledge can be obtained by visiting the Smithsonian museums. Museum of American History Smithsonian contains many items that are interested in the history of the nation.
Eleven of the nineteen museums and galleries of the Smithsonian Institution is located in the National Trade Center in Washington, DC. Among them: Museum of American History, the Museum of Nature and Museum of Air and Space. The National Zoo is part of the Smithsonian Institution. National Museum of History and Culture of African-American is scheduled to open in 2015.
Visit to Washington and getting more information about the unleashed states – a useful venture for anyone interested in history. Be strange and inspiring may be impressed with delight. Anyone could benefit by going to Washington