I don't. I'm not sure how much was confiscated by the government. It look like they lost a lot to theft. And the lost a lot because many were in farm tenant arrangements where they didn't own the land and it got leased out to someone else during the internment.
“I don’t. I’m not sure how much was confiscated by the government.”
With the passing of Executive Order 9066, the Japanese were forced to leave their homes and possessions. They were told to be ready to move in a week or two and to only bring what they could carry (Turnbull). In the allotted time period, they had to sell their property and possessions. It was a very difficult task with the limited amount of time. The Order was specifically directed towards Japanese people.