img Representatives at a negotiation session (ddr-densho-179-88)
Major General Toshiro Taga, Representative of Lt. General Toshiro Nomi, Japanese Commander of Sakishima Group, making preliminary negotiations for the surrender of the Ryukyus Islands to the Commanding General of Tenth Army. The civilian interpreter is Weri Takamura who once lived in Chicago. Photographer: Lieutenant Strauch.
img Japanese army nurse and Nisei soldier (ddr-densho-179-139)
Nurse Sueko Nishikado for Japanese Army and Sgt. Harry Okano.
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 88, No. 2025 (January 5-12, 1979) (ddr-pc-51-1)
Selected article titles: "JACL to File Redress Bill" (pp. 1, 9-10), "When Douglas MacArthur 'Reigned' in Japan" (p. 2), "What Was the U.S. Occupation of Japan Like?" (pp. 3, 15), and "Japan's Secret Intercontinental Missile: Konnyaku Bakudan" (pp. 5, 14).
doc The Newell Star, Vol. II, No. 10 (March 9, 1945) (ddr-densho-284-59)
Selected article titles: "Japan Sends New Memo on Exchange of Nationals" (p. 1), "Night Attack Reported on Santa Clara Evacuee" (p. 1), and "Long Beach YWCA Ready to Give Assistance" (p. 3).
doc The Newell Star, Vol. I, No. 36 (November 2, 1944) (ddr-densho-284-39)
Selected article titles: "Repatriates Now Being Resettled in Manchukuo" (p. 1), "WRA Takes Step to Close Leupp Center" (p. 1), and "3 Japanese Captives Shot by Denver Hospital Guard" (pp. 1-2).
img The Admiral and the Kumanos (ddr-densho-252-13)
(Left to right) Chisato Taniguchi Kumano, Yasamaru Taniguchi, and Takaji Kumano. Caption on Post-it: "Yasamaru Taniguchi (youngest bro of Gotsuke), Chisato T. Kumano, Takaji Kumano, in USA - invited here after WWII. Poem on reverse - see translation." Poem translation by Harry Nomura : "Feel blessed that we are still alive to see and talk on and on to ...
doc Orientals Here Ready to Fight In Far East (August 6, 1937) (ddr-densho-56-472)
The Seattle Daily Times, August 6, 1937, p. 3
img A Japanese officer after surrender (ddr-densho-299-4)
Caption on reverse: "Officer in / charge of one / detachment of / returning soldiers."
img Removing bayonets from captured weapons (ddr-densho-299-101)
Caption: "Bayonets are removed from the rifles."
img Troops returning from Manchuria (ddr-densho-299-106)
Caption: "Soldiers returning from Manchuria. The effect from our fire bombing is evident. With very few / trains running, most of them had to walk."
img Wounded Hideki Tojo in hospital (ddr-densho-299-145)
Caption: "Hideki Tojo 'the razor', realizing that his time was running short attempts to / 'save face' by suicide but his shot was not fatal."
doc Japanese Here Are Unworried (February 29, 1936) (ddr-densho-56-459)
The Seattle Daily Times, February 29, 1936, p. 3
doc The Newell Star, Vol. I, No. 34 (October 19, 1944) (ddr-densho-284-38)
Selected article titles: "Report $952.60 Collected in Imonhin Drive" (p. 1), "Fagan Announces WRA Employment Policy" (pp. 1-2), and "Court Denies Ochikubo's Suit Against Military" (p. 2).
img Photo of a Japanese Army artist's painting (ddr-densho-299-234)
Caption: "As their aircraft carrier sinks, the officers drink a toast while another approaches with a flag." Ted Akimoto noted that "during the war many large paintings were made by Japanese Army artists. Some paintings were 8 feet long. These paintings were displayed in public places in the lands that they had conquered such as Manchuria ...
img Troops coming home from China and Manchuria (ddr-densho-299-102)
Caption: "Troops returning from service in China and Manchuria."