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Japanese American husband and wife holding portrait of family member and WWII American soldier

Fighting for Honor: Japanese Americans and World War II


This book examines the treatment of Japanese Americans before, during, and after World War II by the U.S. government. From Pearl Harbor to the Japanese Internment camps, and the victories attained by an all Asian battalion, these stories give readers insight into the dichotomy felt by Japanese Americans during this shameful time in history. Photographs capture much what cannot be adequately expressed in words.

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