Women's Army Corps/Women's Army Auxiliary Corps

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Women's Army Corps/Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (63)

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442nd soldiers cooking C rations (ddr-densho-22-31)
img 442nd soldiers cooking C rations (ddr-densho-22-31)
Caption in album: "At times chow wasn't so good as we got our share of 'C' rations most often. Breakfast, dinner, supper day after day. But when you work hard you get hungry and when you are hungry you can eat anything. Here we heat up a C ration in our mess gear. On the ...
Picking fruit in a tree (ddr-densho-22-32)
img Picking fruit in a tree (ddr-densho-22-32)
Caption in album: "As spring came and summer and leaves bloomed on trees we waited and saw some trees later bear fruit. This is the only kind of fresh fruit we ever got during the war. For fresh vegetables we traded cigarettes with some German farmer. [?] are made vegetable stew or broth without meat."
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 79, No. 14 (October 4, 1974) (ddr-pc-46-39)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 79, No. 14 (October 4, 1974) (ddr-pc-46-39)
Selected article titles: "Textbook Selection Needs Revamping" (p. 1), "War History of 442nd and 100th Inf. Suggested Be Included at 'Punchbowl'" (pp. 1, 4), "Washington Newsletter: Amnesty for Vietnam War Resisters Recalls Tragic Nisei WW2 Cases" (pp. 1, 3), and "Central Cal's Heartbeat Survey Shows Nikkei Living on Abundant 'Rich' Diet" (p. 3).
Women's Army Corps (ddr-densho-114-174)
img Women's Army Corps (ddr-densho-114-174)
Nisei Women's Army Corps (WAC) detachment at Fort Snelling, Minnesota. During World War II and the postwar period more than 300 nisei women served in the WAC.
World War II veteran (ddr-densho-323-5)
img World War II veteran (ddr-densho-323-5)
Fred Shiosaki stands alone next to an old photo of himself during the war with fellow soldiers.
Soldier portrait (ddr-densho-323-2)
img Soldier portrait (ddr-densho-323-2)
Portrait of Fred Shiosaki in uniform; a brief note for home is written on the back around Christmastime. Mr. Shiosaki was fighting in France at the time.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 82, No. 2 (January 16, 1976) (ddr-pc-48-2)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 82, No. 2 (January 16, 1976) (ddr-pc-48-2)
Selected article titles: "Orange County School Dedicated to 442 Hero: Sgt. Kazuo Masuda" (p. 1), "OSS Broadcaster" (p. 2), and "Editorials: JACL Will Not Be Intimidated" (p. 2).
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 106, No. 1 (January 1-8, 1988) (ddr-pc-60-1)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 106, No. 1 (January 1-8, 1988) (ddr-pc-60-1)
Special new year edition. Selected article titles: "Unlikely Journalist Writes Book About Unlikely Liberators" (pp. 1-2), "Yasui Coram Nobis: Case Closed" (p. 1), "The Exploration of the Magic Code" (pp. 2-3, 9-10), "Saburo Okinaga: World War II and the Experiences of One Japanese American in Hawaii" (p. 10), and "The Letters of Joseph Heco" (pp. 11-12).
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