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Oral History Program University of California, Los Angeles JAPANESE AMERICAN WORLD WAR II EVACUATION ORAL HISTORY PROJECT. PART I: INTERNEES. Edited by Arthur A. Hansen. Westport, Connecticut: Meckler, pp. Hardbound, $ CANE FIRES: THE ANTI-JAPANESE MOVEMENT IN HAWAII, By Gary Okihiro. Philadelphia: Temple Univer-. Japanese American World War II Evacuation Oral History Project: Part IV: Resisters Notes In this interview was published as a limited-edition book by the Japanese American Project of the Oral History Program at California State University, Fullerton, under the title of Manzanar Martyr: An Interview with Harry Y. Ueno. This is an interview with Reverend Kenko Yamashita for the Japanese American Project of the California State University, Fullerton, Oral History Program. Today's interview is at the Zensuji Buddhist Temple in Los Angeles, California. The date is Aug The final interview in this part of the Japanese American World War II Evacuation Oral History Project, that with Frank Emi, was transacted in two sessions in at his southern California home by Japanese American Project research associate Alan Koch. Koch had met Emi, one of the seven leaders of the Heart Mountain Fair Play Committee who in.
The U.S. Home Front During World War II. After the December 7, , Japanese attack on the American naval fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, the U.S. was thrust into World War II . Coincidentally, she had chosen to sharpen her technical processing skills in oral history by transcribing, editing, and indexing a series of tape-recorded interviews in the OHP collection pertinent to the World War II Japanese American Evacuation, the very topic I had selected for investigation by the students in my Historical Methods class. Japanese American World War II Evacuation Oral History Project: Part V: Guards and Townspeople: Volume 1 editors ultimately settled upon the purely descriptive title alluded to above so as to obviate the book being judged solely by its cover. Under that title, the book has enjoyed a continuous, if unspectacular, public sale, especially at. A comprehensive reference tool with nearly 1, free and accessible entries related to the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans. Oral history interviews, photos, newspapers, and other primary sources that document the Japanese American experience from immigration through redress with a strong focus on the World War II mass.
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